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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER PAGE SIX Lloyd Lish and daughter, Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. Rena Lish and daughter, Lynda and Mr. and to turkeys. We put them on Mrs. Gerald Evans of Sunnyside, grandpa's farm. We made some Utah, called on relatives here big red bams and some pretty after attending the wedding of their daughter and sister, Luella houses. Today, Wednesday and Thurs- at Ogden. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne day, our parents are coming to visit our school. We hope they Norr had as their guest, their little niece. will like our work. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Nielson Mrs. Grover's Third Grade Karl Stenqulst and Ken- and sons and Andrew Nielson of neth Porritt, reporters. Brigham City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble, We are having our parents Sunday. come to see how well we are doSunday evening at Sacrament members of the Girls' in school. will meeting, visit ing They a special program. gave Group, Thursand Tuesday, Wednesday day. We hope we are doing okay. Reta Earl gave the invocation, We have Thanksgiving pic- Nila Barnard gave a scriptural tures hung around the room. reading, Lynett Gardner gave a We are going to have a Thankstalk, Jackie Barnard played a giving dance the day before piano solo, Joyce Barkle gave a Thanksgiving. We are learn- talk, Janice Loveland, Flora Gar ing a dance. It is rallwi the dner and lvalue Wheatley sang t. We are going to dance a trio and, the benediction was offered by Betty Thomas. Mrs. it at the children's dance. The rooms are going Lettle D. Snow, teacher in the to put on the Thanksgiving as- girls' program and Maretta Barsembly. We will give the one kle announced the numbers on McICinley School News have a pretty border. We have turkey and Indians on it. the mine of it is "Our First Thantejiving." We made a beau-UhPilgrim picture. We put Mrims and the good ship Majrf lower" on it. 9e have read stories about the HftTims and the first Thanks- Jvtag. we have made Pilgrim "We sl In oar room we have an Indian aud an Indian tent and a drum. We ire learning an Indian song too. We have made some pota Tremonton. Utah taining to the building industry. Building: Controls States Director This is definitely not the case, according to Mr. Mays. The decontrol action taken by Present decontrols have not affected certain restrictions applying to construction jobs, according to a statement issued by Leland W. Mays, National Housing Expediter for Utah. Many people apparently feel that the lifting of price ceilings on build ing materials automatically all other controls per President Truman to date refers-onlto OPA price ceilings and in no way affects other govern-me- n restrictions applying to construction, Mr. Mays stated. Residential building is still limited to veterans or to a person or persons building to sell or rent to a veteran. Priority approval as issued by the Federal Housing Administration for non-far- Still In Effect m THURSDAY, KOVFu USD. residences and the County Agri- or aPprovs cultural Conservation Committee gaged in iuega! b B for homes on farms is still, ret.n subject reon limitation The quired. lished by the pairs and remodeling to residences without priority approval ter hich thes a operating, Mr remains at $400 as before. Commercial industrial and Anyone a home should construcother raA or if non.;;n tion still requires approval by struction is -Co;r the Civilian Production Adminis- CPA should be c? tration, Mr. Mays emphasized. The issuance of a building permit by the city does not alter leader wast"" the necessity for securing FHA conteT-vNte- re non-resident- ial and ad I tend HEM hor EVEH1 rgst lay. es ( orgs Fox-tro- up-sta- fins for Christmas. the program. Mrs. and Virgil Stoddard Elaine Watkins, reporter of Mrs. Ann children and Hooper Fourth Grade Knight cf Ogden visted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. This is the month we talk Thanksgiving. We like to Wheatley on Wednesday . Theda and Irene Berrett of hear about the Pilerims and a few days at the the Indians. We made a Ogden, Pilgrim home ofspent Mr. and Mrs." James border and a Pilgrim book. We are going to join the Junior Barnard. Red Cross so we can Recently Mr. and Mrs. M. G. help the boys and girls in ether countries Perry, accompanied by Mrs. Oli- We are looking forward to our Thanksgiving vacation. We wish Petersboro, attended a family everyone a happy Thanksgiving. gathering at the home of Mr. Mrs. Cannon's Second Grade and Mrs. Jerry Tesch in Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnard Jeanette Harding and Erick and children of Ogden visited at Stenquist, reporters. the homes of Mr. ?nd Mrs. Horace R. Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. Jqmes BirnTd nnrt Mr. and Mrs Verl Barnard during the past ' . Orchestra I Firestone rrnrin VI UIS P and Carl Spackman visitJudy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thayle Cannon, had her tonsils Horace R. Barnard last Monday. removed recently at the Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lish and See Me family have movei to California for the winter. BEFORE YOU LAGRANDE HALL D , IDAHO Direct from Famed A L A Trianon Ballroom b bate, iaui. &oum Nov. 27 Wednesday, 'J 9:00 M. r. V (Sponsored by Malad Junior Chamber i if Of Commerce) Wednesday at Relief Society, Mrs. Clarence Perry gave the lesson on clothing and wearing of cloths, also a quilt was finished and luncheon was served. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys of Logan, called on friends here. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. cipa ness fterr m w for Greafer Safety CASSEItCILES Reg. 1.69 IScnci Whistling TEA- 1.22 KETTLE 45C 1.19 ea. A cheery whistle tells when t. the water's boiling. 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