|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
.BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER PAGE EIGHT ZtictJicfe Coombs of Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Macfarlane announce the birth of a son Sunday at the Budge hospital in Logan. Mrs. Laurence Davis and small son of Provo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hermanson tnd small son of Salt Lake and vrank Ward of Ogden were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward. Bessie Hansen, home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration and display of home made Christmas gifts to a large group of Relief Society members Refreshments were Tuesday. served after the meeting. Mrs. J. H. Ward accompanied Mrs. Ora Hyer to Ogden Tuesday. Dwight Smith and family of Logan, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ward. Mr. Smith is a brother of Mrs. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Welling and baby of Evanston visited with the Karl Wellings over the Mrs. Chester Boss represented the Relief Society Stake Board at the conference Sunday evening. Mrs. Thomas Harper enter-aine- d at dinner Sunday of last Mervin Holt of San for teel francisco. guests rere Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holt and Ir. and Mrs. O. R. Coombs of fielding, Mr. and Mrs. George Out-of-tow- n TRY A LEADER WANT-AD-! I "I'm no Byron, I don't have to moan, When writing verse 'But on ROTAnr ' turely hold mu Aunf SALSSURY'S re- - ROTA-CAP- move large roundworms nd because of RoUmine, an exclusive ingredient, removes, intestinal capilfana worms at well Poultry raisers voted 5 to 1 fot ROTA-CAPin individual wormef week-en- d. and Mrs. John Varner of Salt Lake were guests at the Welling home Sunday. Leslie Pierson anid son, Monte, and Harold Olsen of Ogden were here hunting pheasants and stayed at the Delose Jensen Mr. in nationwide luwey home. Before Housing Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Barlow and family of Tremonton were dinner guests of the Karl Wellings Sunday. Paul Ward of Salt Lake and Smith Ward of Pocatellao spent ROTA-CA- P Your Flock i choir-Benedicti- on i8BS SABJ15 CLAPP'S Strained Baby O A )r can Food PABLIM or Pabona 8 oz. (Jreen 1QV llf pkK "iOJ Extra J'ft kpiU. 27 Pkg. 24 Alber's 1 C U Malt-0-Meal- o. 26 We have a wonderful selection to choose from SETS Robb Ross SESrVi cn. .IZ&n Royal Rio Flour B1 J Aerowax Matches o. 31 Kn 20 Oysters 1 Cigarettes MVetn. Sardines 34 27 M Beef GROUND BEEF POT ROAST PORK SAUSAGE SLICED LIVER Shoulder Cuts us t$f Krhy'. bH"- BREAD MRS. WRIGT1TS . Tll oni EJHSTON'S Shr'datd Cart1 k.Ul Magic 1J Hp 4 Tim stran(?e story of the an cient Havasupai Indians of tho Grand Canyon. "I.J.I ",y m , J,( 10 for 51 10 21 7 A lbs. " 14 Chore Girl, SOL'p isi-ffs't- 15 ozs. 21 $1-5- JLW 10 eh 8 Rancho, Vtc. . .. i c? n "X FBOorcn rsicsf 23 CELERY 0' GOLD Complete , 54 45 garejis? Aii H..H.HHWH.u, 10 ozs. iu van mm SUHSWEETli!!!L TREESWEET Kfcr!L,5,, TEA Canterbury' Biac,t TEA Tendcr -- Lsf M. OlhJIOMS ""wi w Pounding: Board Hardwood with colored decora-lu- :! tions. JttlV rmmi: $Cl9S lb. 22 n till feuciuui Yams Lettuce Dates Grapefruit !!.'"..!iul!r J?ct. Si:A?'!fo, ??J'" 5JLFE17iIY TOY DRUM All the young with Complete Tre! la:h 7 $4.95 l Icicles V-- 1 TELEPHONE cian. Made to stand a lot of hard wear. All metal, well finished. 59c 98c SCOOTERS Steel with rubber tires. Two sizes )i DIAL to choose from. GLASS SET! BAKING c 7 piece oven glass ;t S Regular Price OUR TRICE PRACTICAL GIFTS 98c Xmas Cards Xmas Wrapping Twine and Ribfr; $2.89 FOR ALL MEMBERS OF TILE FAMILY ELECTRIC Comb Brush and HEAD MIRROR SETS SCARFS; $4.95 31 For musi- ) ? Tinsel Wood Burning: Three heat control. 6 - s, LIGHT SET j j $2.49'3.98 HEATING PADS Underwriters appnmd. Many with metal frames. 89c to$4.98 ; all: We have them in ed styles and materia' 90c Use Our Lay-a-w- Tcu get r.cre for ycur isosey ct set$2.75 i ; Fluorescent ) ( Si e A prii $3.98 $3.98 The famous Unger Brand. n 9 "t SKA1 Ball bearing. boy or girl. D SETS- - 9 Mar,h: ty MOVING VAN These trucks are equipped with real electric lights. .jb. Carrots W U DUMP TRUCKS STAKE-BE- 7 ei ROLLER Each light 110 volt. Oper ates separately. Complete AH Metal 35 H lb, 3V2 Polices Grapes S;,r:,...u1b. 15 f. 1 piuan, metal. S3 98(2 Natural finfcV ...b. Vhrr:.L. 98 10 S CSSfS: boxed. LIGHT SET v TOY HANDIER to dailt kxrket chakgbs "v velvet mazda with $1.69 29 rrtsb. Crisp, StrlngUis 8ttlk APPLES jht 'fflE 3l lamp. 29 .if:....i..s APRICORE - - u PANDA Tree Ornaments j ?Iu!iv 0' GOLD LEMON JUICE tiujECT ny I LJ n L? 16 7 BLEND V'?a EIGHT LIGHT SET : pv , .. Deviled Ham 2?.... 12 )! 5 ozs. Z.I Hamburgers Cudahy'a f 54c FULL 1 " ac ) CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHT SETS only - SJLT 8no"Whlu t. 12c Loaf CM. L lb. 59c 39c 43c 45 c . $3.49 iedt Jukes 49'c SCU? C'roP'U's. Tomato EsasJSi'.UV White Crnde i (tcZtf Cherub, Top Quality, "JJ A f Y 53c COCOA lb. i!1::?:.?!. rUFJTY 2 It), bag A lb. Fresh Lean Beef SNAPS GINGER S V 52.98 58 52 ozs. 7 HashLLn TOWN HOUSE SIRLOIN STEAK a-- J f i ilVt cotton stuffed. CTy r Jl RavioIisilLtlt. smmy cummtied Aims with unbar Snow's Clams box carton n' L, Little girls', fav- orite toy. Glass, Plastic, beatiful- - f Steel construction set that every boy will want. 45 Burgess. Medium Size ...... -- .7 ozs. Shrimps iJLut South Wood But. 4 ozs. Mushrooms 19 lh. tMJL i'ViV i L DISH liissufsnssus 19 lT:!lJ;Tkrn Figs lAT 27 Cream of Wheat 2V4 O ) SET 17 veg. ..n0. 2 can Emerald Bay nq. 2 can Silver Sauerkraut .No. 2ft Fl.can lOmatOeS Gardenslde, ) w BUILDO 42 C;.,,L jpinacn 1 CEREAL Orher'a 0;itninl or t't'ieal iiks. Mixed - -- S Penny Savers Quick UdlS Quaker's, Hegular ....lb. pkg. ,,,',-- , KelloRg'a Rice or Oj Or can 'ood Asparagus Non:nAHa Uineiie t f ( DOLLS fa b" lH TOY low prices. 102 FEDERAL LOGAN, : $9.98 13 J?" ' Vr enn 2 Sliced No. can BresMast Fc$ds GERBER'S Strained Baby No. Beets Libby', PAY! S Beautiful at Ccssti Vc$ststt:$ r WANT-AD- - well-stocke- Fads LEADER c Here's your opportunity to fill pantry shelves with your favorite canned foods at money-savin- g prices. For weeks now, the 1946 been arriving at baleway and has of fruits and pack, vegetables d . . . ready to sup our store in your neighborhood is ply your needs. We've listed below some of the low prices effective during our Canned Goods Sale. Dozens of additional values await you on the shelves. Take full advantage of the savings you can make. Stock up this week at Safeway. Esby Ju; m $1.98 Country Horn whole Kern. 12 oi. 18c C. H. C. 8. Wh!t tOrn .....No. 2 can lOf Highway, Peas Blended No.Tender 2 can 'Jjr Utah Favorite kJ Peas No. 2 can Style,2 ?fl Beans French No. can Avjt LJ Beans Maryland. Cut til) w !ct!i up iiov on your favorite feeds C THURSDAY, KOViy of the initial ter completion tour. The first meeting is scheduled THEARr for Wednesday night, November 13, in Ogden and the certificaLIVE ATH tion unit will remain in Ogden Thursday morning. Thursday Now you can 's ; evening a second meeting will be cruiting Serviced held in Brigham City and the Army and if you ; certification office will be open you may be assi in the Peach City Friday morn- in your own home t:" LU Final meeting of the an outstanding ing. f initial swing will be Friday night those who want In Logan and certification will pay and a chance f I retirement. Tnis continue Saturflay forenoon. if yours c" you ae World War II veterans from these centers and surrounding classified as recw" ' Work-to- nareas are urged to attend the nel. same as c" meetings, where the veteran's daily There are only a in the surplus property place picture will be explained and openings! See y0Ur' l . open discussions of veterans' recruiting station about enlistment in t.'1' surplus problems will be held. uC ing service. Bunderson and Melvin Johnson. Special Tours To iL3.cn. speaker remarKea aooui the pleasing character that Mrs. Explain Veteran's Thorson possessed and her Certification Rights to win friends and associate with people. The closing Utah veterans outside of Salt UnderWe'll "Sometime song, Lake City will be given special Mrs. Anna Funeral services for was sung by the stand," in obtaining governassistance Clifwife of Johnson Thorson, was offered by Wen- ment surplus property when a ford Thorson were held Thursdell Jensen and Burial was day at 2 p. m. in the Bear River made in the Bear River ceme- special certification unit tours the state to explain the surplus ward chapel, with Bishop Vera with Albert tery Thorson, and bring cerproperty set-u- p non Johnson presiding and con- brother-in-laof the deceased, tification service close to vetducting. erans in outlying areas, it was The opening song, "The Lcrd dedicating the grave. Prelude and postlude were announced today by Joseph S. Is My Shepherd," was sung by the choir. Invocation was of- played by Mrs. Wanda Johnson. Willes, Salt Lake Regional director of War Assets Administrafered by Carlos Jensen. "The Old Rugged Cross," was sung by ARTISTS SEEKING tion. a male quartette composed of The traveling unit will take Austin Johnson, Vernon Johnthe road for the first leg of the son, R. N. Gardner and Irving INFORMATION ON trip on November 13, making a Christensen, accompanied by swing into the northern part of Wanda J. Johnson. The first CURIOUS PLACES the state. Trips through southern and eastern areas are bespeaker was Ernest Hansen, of the 8th ward of Brig-haBishop ing planned, to begin shortly af- Herewith a and the Leader former neighCity presents ' bor of Mrs. Thorson. He was the first of a series of forty carfollowed by Mrs. Mary S. An- toon pictures depicting the lesderson, president of the Bear ser known scenic and historical River Relief Society. She gave attractions of the state intera brief sketch of Anna's life. A esting places not on the usual vocal solo, "My Faith In Thee," tourist routes and often not was then rendered by Mrs. Con- known to Utahns themselves. nie M. Peters accompanied by The purpose of the series is to Mrs. Margaret Johnson. The acquaint Utahns with their own concluding speakers were Hervin state, to suggest to them inter esting places to visit as they travel through Utah taking in Sunday with their parents, Mr. the various Utah Centennial and Mrs. E. W. Ward. Joel Richards, son of Mr. and events. At the same time the Mrs. R. C. Richards came home purpose is to tell the rest of the state about some of the things Monday from Japan. The Thomas Harper family to see in this county. The serwent to Brigham Friday to at- ies should impart excellent tend the funeral of Mr. Harper's geographical information for mother, Kate Barnard Harper. school students and will make a good scrapbook. Services Held For Mrs. Anna Johnson Thorson, Thursday CAIDB SAFEWAY Tremonton. Utah. ay Tlan A small deposit will hold any item for Christ- - KEN SLUSSER CO, Tremonton, Utah '5f , Early a get lection & tcr shf conditi',,,'