|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
TOEEr 1 troniCVrR5DAY OCTOBER C;ec. JJEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER 17, 1946 for County Recorder VOTE Effe VD it FOR Adams Jfstime resident of Box Elder County. ' ."".e Sorensen, spent Saturday afternoon in Logan. Mrs. Alden Turnbow r I ther of two children. PAGE THREE ents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Morgan Mil- rfay when he run his arm throler, and accompanied them to ugh the wringer cf the washing Salt Lake Friday where Mrs. Mil- machine. ler attended the teachers' conMr. and Mrs. Richard Butler vention. cf Osden were overni-h- t guests Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fuller and daughters, Linda and Elen-or- e of Eagle, Idaho, visited with See Me relatives here and in Ogden and the week. Brigham during past BEFORE YOU They were over-nigguests of Finance or Insure Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F. Petersen, Monday. Tuesday morning they Your New Automobile accompanied her parents, Mr. Or Truck. and Mrs. Fred W. Petersen on a trip to California. JAMES BROUGII Little Jimmie Jensen suffered AGENCY a painful accident lat Wednes- - enter- tained a large proup of young people Tuesday afternoon at a urday. party honoring the 9th birthday Mrs. Wayne Boothe and childanniversary of her daughter, ren, Richard and Christine of Verna. Games were played and Ogden, spent a few days last delicious refreshments were serweek with her father, Delos ved. Adams. Misses Gloria and Virginia Mr. and Mrs. L. Francis Peter- Miller spent Thursday to Sunson, Yetta Karen and Elaine day at the home of their par Widow of World War II Veteran. son, Rex, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wildon G rover. Mrs. Tony Capener spent the week visiting with her sister in Garland, Mrs. Arthur Capener. Mrs. Doris Peterson, Ardes Adams and Mrs. Pearl Grover rtt ended the UEA convention in Salt Lake City, Friday and Sat-- j Tremonton, UuK. ht Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. G. L M.'ler. Joy MUler accompanied Mr and Mrs. Robert Campbell anc family to Riverside, California where they plan to make theii home. Mr. Campbell is employed there by the U. S. Regiona. Salinety Lab to do researct work. Lorna Shuman was in Sal Lake Wednesday where she sans wilh the Centennial chorus. Mrs. Sarah Shuman viaitec last week with her daughter Mrs. James Miller. Bishop and Mrs. J. F. Petersen were Ogden visitors Tuesday Obtained business train-n- g at L. D. S. Business College. .. n dry) g, Evw Six years business bm.rg.j experience. Whatever Your Politic0 .Howeve r You'd Choose 'omh. tc3f f elected I pledge to do- latg my jujj tjme tQ 0 f f ice "rtndg,. k ' "duties. rt "y ah n shale r 0 TE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET It, (Paid Political Adv.) ttt. files, :arbon visited relatives. Wfil oes it! Ir. and Mrc. J. Frsv.-- cf San Mr. mi Ns. liar- Evtrskc' .ncisco anc n Pierson cf Yuba City, Cal- nia, have returned home. Ir. and Mrs. O. W. Snow n opiilary k v ed their daughter, Bar-- a, to Layton where she to San Francisco, Calif. Ir. and Mrs. Lowell Burbank I daughter, Susan, are spend-- a week with relatives and :nds in Thayne, Wyoming. ;y will be guests of their par-- s, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. Ir. and Mrs. John Becker of en visited at the home of ir parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ault, Friday evening. Irs. June Marble and children .ted relatives and friends at re-n- ed Garland recently. Jerald Marble visited with his her, Irin Marble and rela-;- s here last Sunday, aturday, Mr. and Mrs. Duett 'eland and son, Darrell, were i Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Burbank were in Ogden. Phyllis, daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Clrrence Fryer, who is nursing at the Dee hospital in at Otjden, spent the week-en- d home with the Fryer family and her friends. Thursday of last week, Joyce Fryer spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert Fryer and sister, Lois in Lo gan. Patriarch James Walton yas the special speaker at Sacra ment meeting Sunday evening Jackie Barnard played a piano solo. Mrs. A. A. Loveland returned from Ogden Tuesday after visit ine her daughters, Mrs. Ray McAllester and Mrs. Paul Gard ner and families. The very principle and spirit of democracy is that the citizen has the opportunity to choose his representatives and public servants. Democracy can't work unless YOU vote. The Cox Elder county Republican party wants the November 5 election to reflect the will of the people ALL the people whatever the outcome. So be sure you're eligible to vote November 5 . . , then, however you vote, be sure you VOTE! it ottem bolt- - :wfo ght tube 2s in ?rira. 099 monton Ward First Sunday School enjoyed a social at the ward recreation hall, Wednes Ogden. Ir. and Mrs. Glenn Jensen e moved in the home of Mr. day. Games were played and light I Mrs. N. B. Marble who are served. refreshments nding the winter in Califor- - ch . SENIOR CLASS HOLD PARTY The Senior class of the Tre Ir. and Mrs. Ted Nielson and lily have moved to the home Mrs. Lilly Frearson while she iving in California. Saturday evening. Mrs. Gus ir. and Mrs. Wayne Fryer and Larson and daughter, Betty, Mr. le daughter, have returned and Mrs. Eph Peterson and Mrs m Washington where they Maurice Cole, attended a wed ding reception in Ogden for Mr and Mrs. Heber (Bud) C. Pet erson. She is the former Car olyn Tanner, daughter of Mr i Suggestion: and Mrs. DeOrige Tanner. The ' Have Your groom is the son of Mr. and FARM IMPLEMENTS Mrs. Heber Peterson. . The recep REPAIRED NOW tion was held at the drawing room of the Hotel Ben Lomond Thy wait until you are ready Lorus King of Garland was ta use then ? the speaker in Sacrament meet ! ing, Sunday evening. II. C. ROHDE Adrian Woods of Challis, Ida IakmltJa and Machine Works ho, spent Friday night with the "Mends Everything L. R. Shaffer family. But People's Ways" Mr. and Mrs. Eph Peterson and Here Your Registration Place Be Sure to Register October 29th If you aren't registered to vote in the November 5 election, you have ONLY ONE DAY LEFT IN WHICH TO REGISTER TO VOTE! Required to register before they are eligible to vote are: All young people who have turned 21 since the last general election (November, 1911;) Everyone else who failed to vote in his present voting precinct in the last general election. If there's any doubt, check at your registration place, to be sure you're registered. Registration hours are from 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M., October 29. ( S3 TIME TO PAINT Bo wen Nichols Mrs. Fannie Kuy Bothwell Blue Creek Collinston Clear Creek Deweyville East Garland El wood - Fielding Garland Grouse Creek Honey ville Howell ' Lakeside Park Valley Penrose Plymouth Portage Riverside Snowville Thatcher Tremonton No. 1 Tremonton No. 2 GEORGE LATIMER U. S. Senator Justice, Utah Supreme Court 1, CLIFTON G. M. KERR State Representative, District No. 2, ED ORLANDO (DICK) ALLEN Term County Commissioner, JESSE W.OWENS Term County Clerk, BOYD M. SHEFFIELD Term County Treasurer, EFFIE E. ADAMS Term County Recorder, ERNEST E. HANSEN Term County Assessor, Paint - Varnish - Enamel ?! Mrs. Wayne Evans Lola Doutre Rozada Fryer Mrs. Vern Kempton Mrs. Rhoda Wheatley Pearl Grover Mrs. John Garfield Millie Welling Ellen Nielsen Sarah Tanner Mrs. Sylvia Hunsaker Mrs. Mirl Mason Mrs. Clarence A. Payne Verna Carter Lucelta Ieak Irene Archibald Cora McCrary Grace Hales Mrs. Reed Larkin Mrs. Golden Burton Mrs. La Von Crystal Anna Zcsiger ARTHUR V. W ATKINS 1 GRANT S. NIELSEN GUDDEN'S TIME-TEST- DAVID J. WILSON State Representative, District No. So Use Verlyn Mortcnsen Bear River City Reaver Dam Boothe Valley For Your Consideration the Republican Party Presents: U. S. Representative, District No. IT'S ALWAYS REGISTRAR PRECINCT HORACE N. HUNSAKER Term County Commissioner, WALTER G. MANN Term County Attorney, FRED SORENSON A COMPLETE STOCK ON County Sheriff, Term A. CARRUTHERS Term County Surveyor, "Thafs the Ticket" HAND ALWAYS Farmers' Cash Union Tremonton Vo o (8 RepiDiM ican Paid Political Advertisement by Ruel M. Ikclsen, Box Elder County Republican Chairman, Brigham City, I'lah.