|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
Utah The BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER. Tremonton, Page 6 attended Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Eurgess and in Salt Lako Jimy wereC0"tmrxe Schoolunday morning, the son CVC:' h"d ..he weekend. Sunday meeting Sacrament M 50gir?s '.U I'dT At Mr. 8 Us. iVcis'.V'ard. 1 Mrs. 'evening th Elders from Beaver and r Cap-ree sp?nt the prram. Mrs. Janet Nelson accompanof Garland Dam ward gave White of Pr rrme. She is going to Margaret Clements Tom Simm- - ied vt wre The week. speakers this visitors with were Salt Lake hy her daughters Joan and oton sr.,?nt the v.ieliend jrrhocl at the U. S. A. C. . :0ns who related his mission ex- Joyce and Mrs. Edgar Nesson and Mrs. Idumf Tubbr, of Malad Idher mother Mrs. K.rvane Macfar-lantyriences. Virgil Francom and daughter Gayla Nessen attended aho visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bowen. the trousseau tea at Howell in mret-i1 M. Ward during the week. officers President of the Elders, Virgil honor of Miss Gwen Fackrall, at Reulir Primary Mr. and Mrs. Grant Skinner of v. as held at t!ie home cf Na- francom was in charge with Ross the of Mfs va Bair By Mrs. T. K. Ault were dine Richards. Ward officers gait Lake and family spent the Bowen assisting. , The teacher and children at Mr. present and enjoyed a social hour weekend with their parents Mr. f UCA LOAN CAPITA, and Mrs. A. M. Tur and Mrs. Tom Udy. after business was completed. Mrs. Mr. and with John visited Je.-were s Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welling Mr. and Mrs. " City. in Salt Lake City on in Salt Lake on Friday to talk to 'and fami'v of Salt Lak.e spent a land in Brigham his operationTat the Vauey hos- - Leyland of Brieham nnrhnnk i fr New is in his with who of Donald son parents thHr days Ccuple (Only Utoh City is spending a month new Zealand on a mission. He Is well Mr. and Mrs. Karl Welling, A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Udy and Mr. with her son Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Taylor attended the UTAH COnoro....- and enjoying his work v.?ry much. Mrs. G. H. Frishy of Ogden Mr. and Mrs. Karl Welling went land Mrs. LaVoy Udy spent a day Burbank and family. Mission reunion Sat California W. Hth with t.i. . Relatives from Ogden and spent the weekend visiting , ritirinff the week, in Kmithfifld Inst week. Lake City. Salt in evening ''J-263urday here. relatives ml and Mrs. Virgil Richins of Ingham City visited wun Ma a. friends and They visited their son and family and Blaine Mrs. Mr. and Grouse Creek spent th weekend! A. Loveland over the weekend, Welling and Ereen ball. nt. the home r.f her Darents. Mr. Mrs. Phefae Burbank who has attended the spent the winter with relatives at and Mrs. Ron Hales. were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Udy in Malad and Richmond has returnto attend the, to her home . !Salt Lak,? Thursday SkinMLss Monday Mr. and Mrs. waiter of sister weddirg hr Humphry of Logan visited with ner. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lish and Rex-buMrs. Mina Ward went to and Mrs. Stewart Tubbs of 'llolbrotk Idaho spent an evening v at the home cf Mr. and t Mr. f ec-- !a-,- NKAMATOK M.-fin- fur-- pSy- rndTe S tl X rinrr A 141 persons ! - I j f Yes, we boil, e. reverse flush and rod radiators whe necessary to lean them for scaJe and grease, fli-.li- , ru-t- , dirt retard Niter circulation and levsen motor power. L o (; A N RADIA TOR SHOP 21 South Main, Logan nt Gee-"-!- i I t . F-ii- 5 rg u Y z "' v have Successful growers in our territory time again that electric proved time and chicks and pigs brooding cuts losses of both and considerably increases profits. Idaho on Sunday. Her daug hter presented her with a new gr andson the r.cond son and child the family They are Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shirley. Mrs. Marian Hales is in Logan again for several days. She is helping her daughter Mrs. Clair Lundberg get acquainted with and accustomed to her twins sons whom they have just brought from the hospital where they have been in the incubator since their birth 2 months ago. Vp.leea Crowther and Bill Nord spent the weekend at ths home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Udy. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bowrne and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bowrne spent Wednesday in Farmington and Layton. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Loader of ;SaH Lake spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bowrne The ladies are sisters, Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. j land Mrs. Leland Bowrne were Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Loader, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bowrne and family of Farmington and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bowrne of Riverside, Roy Davis is spending the next 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis. Roy is going to school in Arizona. Mrs. Mabel Iladfield spent teverai days in Salt Lake this j week. Ownership -A TAX PAYING COMPANY m Friday Mrs. Duett Loveland, daughter Mildred Jean and son J. Robert and Mrs. T. R. Ault visited in Ogden. j sizes. Horn Bingo was played lunch was ser ved and all received lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of Ogden called on relatives here Sunday and Monday. April 9th Mrs. Virginia Black-haentertained a number of young folks at her home honoring her son Dale on his birthday, games were played and luncheon served. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burbank were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Gardner j brooders vidual requirements, for electric mrwlels and nf if in vantij v are avaiiaoie UTAH POWER , Emma and granddaughter Mildred Jean were honored by rela tives at a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Duett Loveland, as all their birthdays are in April. j is And this year the shortage of brooders now can fill your indipast. Your dealer & LIGHT CO. family. Monday afternoon April 11th. Mrs. T. R. Ault, her daughter The Relief Society quilted on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Udy were in Logan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hannl visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Udy on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Capener and family were in Ogden - lxo1 Control Mi MB Today Ycur Pharmacist Drops A few facts About . . . 7 V TIIENARDOL Dr. ETHAN BROWN of Boston, developed Then-ardoa new type of antiseptic effective in the treatment of wounds in the eye, ear, mouth, throat and lungs, as well as skin, infections. He named the drug for l, 6 Louis P B fj, Thenard, French fj scientist who discovered Hydrogen Peroxide. 5 Adam's Drug The student's lamp that lights America's future never needed to burn more brightly than today. During this school year, we have extended our graduate fellowship program from 19 to 25 scholarships and have increased the grants from $1,000 to $1,250, plus tuition where it is needed. These scholarships are awarded by 14 universities to promising young scientists and engineers. 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