|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
The BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, Trcmor.ton. Utah 7i 1949 I Ninteen members, children and grandchildren were present. Mrs. Ellen Capener as in Salt Lake Friday and Saturday for the Conference. were Primary W crle .i.nt n r3 r3 r3 nnn tinX 1 Capener was home C for the weekend. from the Tho ladies of the birthday club Mrs. Josie Bourne on honored of Benson Friday. A very pleabirthday her their of e sant afternoon was spent. Mauxine uuuu A. AM Mrs. Howard Capener enter tained on Thursday evening for husband. The occasion being txe Ward and her his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred and daughters Grover of East Garland were inOgden guests. went to Mrs. Mable Hadfield Mrs. J and few days a to Lake spend Salt 3r,t-ruinein d her daughter and baby gr .STLh-r- t birthday with anddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce i,4 jus or" Pon 7 Sunday. cilj ?ere i'fi- - ft . and Mrs. DeLos Udy spent Friday in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Skinner and daughter Julie of Salt Lake were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Udy on Sunday. Mrs. Jos Allen and son Ellis of Portage, Leon Allen of Ogden and Iva Lue Downs of Smithueld were guests of the John Aliens on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horton Nish ot Heights were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Burnett on Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward were guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Ward on Saturday. Mrs Ruie Macfarlane and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Macfarlane were in Ogden on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Justisen the arrival of a baby daughter on Monday in the Val ley hospital Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Hess and Mrs. Annie Bourne of Farming-toMr. and Mrs. Ray Phillips of Layton and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bourne of Riverside were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bourne, Mr. Iff hi u 'in SUE 9 I pi-lia- s m 'Illi COBEL m i jnsn fl 1 1 '"wmerly f m 1 l95 PER WEEK BY! 5 LEFT Rolls 'I20 TREMONTON A Ia,,.Ca.n 2 - l.i'S- -- M BENDIX, Pancake and Tftsir luire x a-- !!ll?w 22c '" P ffll ASP AH AC1U . U,S. No. ( 'm i 1 5 pound mesh bag 1 - Medium SU I 1 ot. S 1. ro. I I New Spring crop 7v ArrbbJ B ... Er-,S- ii 111 ALSO h hi ii B I if JOE SAWYER, MARJORIE WOODWORTII H ri Annum" WALK UllttllU --. .. SOAP CA.1AY : - 1f .2 ?.cj .-- r f . J - : CI,.r .s tivmi iri r weiyiuu, j ; .. i cn vn . . . trimmed Deiore . .. lAiiw.wrtiW trx3rT7 'rrns r III DOUBLE FEATURE in ZACIIARY SCOTT, DOROTHY MALONE flgg MARTIN" and Wednesday, April 12, 13 JKSTYEABSOPOURUW cidi niM uir k.i v t. ,. ii"V ij.ii.v -f .. i n. ? w . " . s i v. ' w nor- i i "UtD iffS'' DOUBLE FEATURE Diy JANE .... VIiU ..nrnr nrrKER in ,ifffiIUNSAN' TEA VIRGINIA HELD in C PRESERVES kr Parltr sltin . I lb. -- ha i I K EmprtM nrr. : P : :. - 4. atfawrry Jjf '" " avvMU NEW PAR I ! I : . : ' ,... r c..B-- - ncfiANICFURTEnS Top Quality Sklnl Freh tean ,b Beef .. 69 45C SLICED BACON Rood Quality Lb. ilxyty Household Values 71 ui : : mcjmv - ..,v uaii xv r.r'uv. jonii" : 22c " ....i , ? :. : : r. uimACC WAY TTr. Seal ...T, fiold i CLEANSER C ; : Old Dutch o Smoked ptoaks Lb 59 SOLE I Jciv I r."' LD ii nueu istf TISSUE W S--- AEROWAX 2 l.iqufd Quart Foli-- h I-- V- DORAXO Jland Clean"" Lb 19 T'f"K HnrU.llc.Swe''. No. 30 J PICNICS : Small I ; Lb. : I 55 53 " SARDINES PEAS : can CORN lie) MIM wnoie TOMATOES No. Vi can . IS? T 31c mi ' . TUNA FLAKES Clearwater Ko. . 4 aarvI A II Alk COv.lvUHBht . llultfM N.. 2'. f;n - Ior SALAONAlaiik c Aipcnif DAIJT ' HALIBUT S'tfaku Lh. iur. SOILAX ('leaner 2(1 ox Canned Foods Fish Pan Ready Fresh Frozen SALMON 59c 21c T .jT - . i ..lb. lb GROUND BEEF HADDOCK ALSO I2YSTALBALU' A Grade Disjointed POT ROAST HtEDKIC MARCH, PfLSal Apr 1 ! SI Y ALSO f riavora f Jt Deliciotts to Smoked WTioIe or Half Baked : Serv H and OLIVER HARDY in BAT SEA" !' ! f. :..: . r mm Nay, Monday, AprTTlOandlT suyo, 6 JIFFY LOU .. . " ""I 35 PRUNES JELL-WE- LL : ( mr 0. ?e..r.c ,D- - . 7 Drop 1 , rinett j)jLC I'kjf. CRUSTQUICK """" uKl?iiI------- IN RiA WWWn tiw; sandwich Spread Chin.'. CANTERBURY giJl'49 AVOCADOS.- vrtSXW CRACKERS Ms - "" 30 f : ; POTATOES An" Oatmeal COOKIES Fresh Mayonnais Pint - J 4 jf Gums .r Tly COOKIES T)i Qjf : ." j Frmh 3 nWA r ATlf Hnt- Fey., Fey. Washinstm XOC E. Hon,. Beauty. CANDY UTAH 157-- J PAAT7I frN LAUREL i ,w NutMADE Ort 9...fc IT. S. No. 1. IS?' V IVOIIY j IVORY SOAP : FLAliBd Fresh Swe.t : ...Jb. ' ............ I 'l, A DDI Julcr Lb. ivv ciwi.--iftiMVn" AMlf 2Tcn LEMONS 8c 18c or., can . Fresh pkgr. Sunkl-- t, .., Duchess, Fresh Dressing Serve various ways, RADISHES 33 Sunny Dawn I T Choice Hydrated Fancy Sweet Small sizes ... Jiuince TorsiQto 2V , DATES Oranges I ft? 54 ..lb. Rich Coffee '""- - AhllAyf I 3, Luxury Blend of Fresh ; : J" . K:"h,s vvjuwv fe r-- ?i. 1-3- p 39c 'isr. farm to you, spanking rresli fr,ufc . , rushed from i f: Salodl Pressing ,r"" LXT X. vegetauico 45 lb. 3.6 50 lbs. Enriched C preall1,n.Cer,., A. DOUBLE FEATURE Mr most popular flavor in coffee Kitchen Craft Syrup 2 for world 8 MiM and mellow-t- he Tasty cheese Food :i- se and Saturday, April 8 and 9 WF.IKKMT'I I tJ VliUljlV . 40c M..!n. Cherub, Top Quality, Milk " Theatre FHONE , Sleepy Hollow, 35 City, Saturday evening. Orpheum ml i L ro&- ,- Suzanna . j or pu feeze 1 EDMONTON OC Cheese and the Newhouse Hotel, sail store-groun- d vac per oaga. Ralston Favorite and Mrs. LeRoy Bunnell attended the F.F.A. Banquet held in V m f Cniir nOlir I4f Delicious Mr ILET CO. l quality ana navorpius freshness and thrift k paying a bgpnee. 1 A Beverly ?!i:i,'r. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter of Twin Falls, Idaho visited Sunday un- evening with the LeRoy nells. FRONK i the store. you-- in Mrs. Wright's, Rye B read for Mrs. A birthday dinner of Monte son Dale Ogden and was Salt Lake enjoyed Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delos Jensen. Members of the family were present. BOVJil . i livery day Values George Ward. $249.95 n Vacuum-pac- AIRVJAY COFFEE of Farmington visited Bournes in Sunday with the honor of Mrs. Bourne's birthday. Mrs Rayoala Walker of Ogden visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Ward, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Moroni Ward and family of Evans spent the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ward recently. They also brought and served a delicious dinner for the family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Austin of Livingston, Montana spent the past week in Utah on business and visited relatives in the Bear River Valley. They were guests nf her narents. Mr. and Mrs. FftKiUS I TKI3 UOD HILL... COFFEE " 1 re- - bean. The full flavor is for Mrs. Clarence Hollis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sch-wagl- er and No expensive container yyoeA&Av- far t ViPRft coffees. Be- iivvu- v f their iresnness anaj are locked in the whole rCZTft I the BAG! i Sunday. Mr. EXTRA SAVIIIGSin the CUP! in small batches, Roasted n ,i conees are nur- nne tnese n, Le $6000 4. EXTRA FLAVOR in Geary. Br jr C, . PORK 6l DEAN5 no. ... n,-- fink can Lo, N. lcaft 7Qe on Ouv . Jnc j? -- t3 M.