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t3 fee Killed When Crash Sunday IfS near r!hvay tragedy brought death to highly : tSm - county, . a. Forsberg, wife -- nrpi Garland, her rsborg of v, Wplpn Loft- - Cit 3 oax" " - and j o,irhnm City s. d 10 Max, and Lynn, are in a Forsberg Wal f l serious with the accident fracture of double fract- - offered in a double forearm, Post Office Seeks Larger Quarters u7 The Post Office department is seeking proposals to lease quarters in the city, for a new post office building. Floor space must VOLUME NO. XXVI be greater than the office they now occupy to take care of the increase of business, and the lease must run for five or ten years. Proposal form, and any addi tional information can be ob tained from Postmaster James Walton, or by writing Inspector hl)huMJ. leftleg. iracwuic i 'aTT L1U. multiple cuts shock. Lynn John M. Knudson, ises and concussion, Wyoming. a brain at Cheyenne, and bruises, occured 3 miles 6 p. m. t Brigham about Anderson . ffhen Mr. :', fumed out of the J traffic to pass another dadded into the path of when he rsberg machine, J his brakes in an attempt The six back into line. his car ridine in accident i injured. Walter G, v attorney, ;iid it was doubtful ir an ari-i would be held snce i both cars were killed, was born Jan-- j at Willard, a daugh-- i t Forsberg 1916 and Helen Tarns. She was graduated Sox Elder high school and fed Weber College at Ogden. married Mr. Forsberg Jan-1- 7, 1938 in the Salt Lake le. They lived in Tremonton in Malad two a year and before making their home Eiias T. ; .irland. of as an active member S. church and served was L.D. teacher. She School iay of member al- - the Garland club. by her husband Farrel and the two & boys; and the following as and sisters, Mrs. Theron survived is sons, Merlin Wallace Tarns, Brig-Cit- y; Tarns, Plea-VieJames Tarns, Holly-Mr- s. George Clifton and and e w- w; - Angeies. Tarns was born December at Portage Utah, the m of James and Charlotte lad Lofthouse. to Elios T. 2 was married a November 1901, and they i to Willard which was their until eight years ago when Tins moved to Brigham Her husband died several i ELWOOD PEOPLE CONSIDER CITY WATER SYSTEM ANgood representation of the town of Elwood met Wednesday at Cold Water Springs to con sider the possibilities of securing a piped water supply for the homes there. The project of community improvement was begun early this year with a group directed by Amos Hansen. They Arthur Erickson appointed chairman to investigate the water condition. The meeting at the Springs Wednesday was a Telephone company will be system. Under the direction of Vincent Chiodo, the expansion program started back in December of A Fors-:?we- re tabernacle at hand, the amount listed as genWilliam Cull- - eral 'funds was $65,227.01; the a. Interment was in the building fund, $61,448.58 and the sde Cemetery. reserve for debt service $3,150.00. s for Mrs. Tarns will be The board approved the apited Friday at 2 p. m in pointment of Mr. Weight as supm City First Ward chapel, erintendent of the district for a of Jesus Christ of Latter-faint- s, period of two years. by Bishop Raymond Three new teachers were also listed. Erma H. Crompton and ads may call at the family Dawn Gardner as elementary Thursday evening and Frilteachers and J. Carl James to l atil time of funeral. Burial handle G. I. training of veterans in Paradise Cemetery di- - at Yost and Grouse Creek. by Harold B. Felt Funeral Brigham City. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hunsaker and Mabel Waldron left this MwtheDarold Woods week to visit their father, W. tti Mrs. Darold Wood of Calvin Waldron and Mrs. Waldannounce the birth of ron in Wellington North Carolin-the J by Bishop 5? PLYMOUTH PLAN 4TH CELEBRATION celebration for July 4th will by the people of this year and they inPlymouth vite everyone to join them for the occasion. Events of the day are scheduled to begin at lp. m. with horse pulling and racing, chariot racing, program and an amateur rodeo. Stock for the rodeo will be furnished by the East Side Rodeo Company, Wayne Nichols and Leonard Whitaker. A be observed W. L. WEIDMAN June 29th at vial. It has been seven months since W. L. Weidman underwent a very serious operation on his spine. He is now able to come to town occasioally, though still in about a wheel chair. Friends are wishthe Valley They expect to be gone ing him a full recovery. two weeks. - " . :v v. . 4 :";' I . . only one who has served tinually since that time. Work In Box Elder - I A V . i ' : ' v .T - S -- W w Trtnn ti - - "; 'i lf1m'-,- s ctora. r on. 1st vice-preside- Reid Olscn. Lion Tamer, con- The Box Elder agent organized the county farm bureau, Brigham. City Dairy Days, the Northern Utah Soil Conservation District, helped establish the Utah PoulAssociation In try Producers this county, the Weber Central Dairy Association, and other organizations and events designed to promote better rural living. Mr. Stewart was Instrumental in the establishment of the Box Elder County park in Brigham Canyon, which in 1948 alone accommodated more than 5000 visitors. Along with his extension work, the veteran agent has always been active in Church work, be ing a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. For several years he was In th continued on page ten ififfl r- C2 j 1- -"- 11 Mrs. Ed. Holntgreu Seriously Injured Mrs. Ed Holmgren of Garland the Valley hospital suffering Irom serious injuries which Miss LaRee Mortensen, chief operator at the local telephone office views the thousands of wires acshe received In a truck-cand hundreds of switches on the cable side of the new dial switchboard which will go into (Leader Photo) cident early Friday morning operation at midnight, July 2nd. three miles south of the bank. She suffered a fractured pelvis, WESTON JOSEPH TO BE DOUBLE HEADER numerous cuts, bruises and shock AT GUEST SPEAKER GAME SCHEDULED when their car ran Into the side BOTHWELL SUNDAY A double header game Is to be of a truck belonging to Golden The Bothwell Sunday School Andreason and driven by Reed played on the Tremonton diamond next Thursday, July 7th. have been fortunate to have for Andreason. i The girls team will play the pre- - their, fmest sneaker Sunday eve- The Holmgrens were returnJoHt-post and save tn.e wrieat crop was umliaaT nuua titurtfrifr at Pi nine, Wteston author of . . to town from their farm m , anrf the main 0 'will h..T-ing j.Itcav mnaiiiy; RSormtms. made by ten local pilots last K. O. weiaers between Rubber Tuesday morning, when they took be furnished by Mr. and Mrs. front of their car. off from the Tremonton airport and Kammeyers of Ogden. Hicks of Salt Lake City. Lowell Softball Scores 4 Pocatello a.m. for Deputy Sheriff Ed Silvester at valley. Mr. Hicks broadcasts over K.S.j investigated the accident and The farmers in that area built Friday, June 24 Outlaws 9, Rascals 4 L. and he will play the organ and issued a ticket to Andreason for smoke fires on the roads and the 10 A. A, C. F. J. 20, forother musical Instruments. driving without an operator's planes flew over the area in 28 June license. Invltare Tuesday, The low public cordially mation at a altitude, causing Mrs. Holmgren's condition Is ed to this meeting, starting at wide circulation of the air and O. K. Rubber 6, F.F.A. 3. J. C. 22. Outlaws 10. 8 p. m. smoke in an effort to avoid reported as fair. danger to the wheat crop from frost. DAVID STENQUIST TO MEET YOUR TREMONTON BUSINESSMEN The temperature that morning REFORT ON MISSION didn't go as low as Monday mor- TO SWEDEN ning when some of the crop was On Sunday evening in the Trelost. Monday morning it was 24 monton Second ward, David degrees and frost did considermornbut able damage, Tuesday Stenquist will report his mission 34 to Sweden. was it degrees. ing A similar flight was made early Thursday morning in the same YOUNG FARMERS region and it was felt by the PLAN OUTINO farmers that they had been successful in saving considerable The Bear River Young Farmloss from frost. ers and their wives will meet at Box Elder Park on Saturday, July SAND ALL MOTOR BEGINS 2nd at 6 p. m , for an outing. The BUILDING PROGRAM committe in charge is planning Work has begun on the build- the refreshments. They urge all r r ing of the Sandall Motor Com- members to attend. 1 pany which when completed will J 4i be a modern show room for GIRL'S TEAM Pontiac and Calillac cars and SOFT BALL SCORES Massey Harris Equipment. June 27th Coalville The space previously used by Monday, 6, V. F. W. 7. the Sinclair Service Station will Wednesday, June 29th Pinny be included in the new building, 3, V. F.W. 1. which will have frontoge along Beverage the sidewalk, in line with other CHANGE IN COUNTY buildings on Main Street. COMMISSIONERS HDZETTNG Is In ar Local Pilots Attempt To Save Wheat From Frost L" I r J The regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners scheduled to be held on Monday, July 4th will be held on Tuesday, July 5th between (he hours of 10 a.m. to 12 and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The change of schedule Is accounted for In that July 4th is Independence Day, a legal holiday. TREMONTON - GARLAND BASEBALL TEAMS TO MEET SUNDAY Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., the Tremonton and Garland baseball teams will meet for their first game since the war. Both teams hold high ratings in HOSPITAL NEWS 4 , Miss Marilyn Stohi will return the county league and the SunW.- -' to her home soon following a day game will count In that major operation at the Valley league. This should be Tremonton's Hospital. , . home game but because there is to risrht) Iversen underwent Claud npft Mrs. e,nrf of ce officers of the mtm a majr r operation at the hospital no suitable baseball field in the Lions Club who assumed . ".: .77. '''.rr.an niV" oresweni, nnt .area, the game will i.u iwiiicr; iiowara t reiss, nmav.uorval Ewer, sro vive jn.r...., Thursday. Her condition was Tremonton rear) (At at the Garland ball be followdirector. played wSrS-treasurconsidered satisfactory, Wayne Anderson, P ",J", Znd Virn president; Kleon Kerr, director. O her oft ion v. park. on and George C. ing the operation. :. - :. The talent show which was held at the Liberty Theatre last Wednesday was won by a boys quartette, comprised of Blaine Johnson, Burton Huish, Eugene Bigler and Cliff Hansen. Because of this, they appeared at the Roxy Theatre in Brigham City Tuesday evening in a regional talent contest, and were again selected as the winners. The boys are now eligible to enter a further contest to be held next month, and if they win they will appear in Salt Lake City. i i' i LOCAL QUARTETTE WIN TALENT SHOW ! y : nts . IMPROVING FROM OPERATION a. on NUMBER 41 1949 r tem operated by the company throughout the valley will be changed over to a complete dial For Operation of plant $100,000.00. an active member Maintenance $55,600.00. ;be LD.S. church having Fixed charges $8,647.40. 2d in the Relief Society ora- Capital outlay $713,295.53. tion. Debt Service $702 267.50. wral servces for Mrs. G. I. Program, $70,000.00. conducted Thursday Of the $129,825.59 cash on 3"- Thursday, June 30, com- pleted at midnight, Saturday, July 2, when the telephone sys- ago. in iiAimm The $125,000.00 modernization program of the Bear River Valley School Board Approves Budget was also rr.oon at Tremonton City, Utah Robert H. Stewart, Box Elder County agricultural agent and senior member of the Utah State Agricultural College Extension Service, will retire June 30th after 36 years' service, it was announced Tuesday. The veteran county agent will retire with the rank of professor emeritus on the USAC faculty. according to Dr. Carl Frischk-nech- t, extension director. Mr. Stewart started work with the Extension Service June 13th. 1913, as district county agricultural agent for Carbon and Emery Counties transferring to Box Elder Dec. 1, 1916. He was a member of the first group of appointed in Utah and the Dial Switchover at Local Telephone Office Slated for 1943. In 1944 the first dial substation was built and equipped at Bear River City. This unit resi. serves some 160 telephones in Ray Hunsaker, president of the of the valley, Town Board led the discussion the southern part Bear the including Honeyville, on the matter, after which Mr. River City and Corinne areas. Hunsaker and Mr. Ericksen were Early this year, two other subippointed to further study stations were built in Thatcher the legal proceedure involved in and The Thatcher unit Fielding. securing the water system for serves Thatcher, Bothwell, Penthe homes within the incorpora- rose and Howell areas with 125 ted limits of the town. telephones and Fielding which is the largest unit of the three serves the northern part of the valley, including East Garland, Collinston, Beaver Dam and Fielding areas with 110 tele1949-195- 0 phones and is capable of hand200 units if the need arrises. At the meeting of the Board of ling Tremonton unit, consistThe Education held Tuesday evening, of equipment, of three ing the members approved a budget is one of thebanks most modern dial of $2,582,627.43, according to stations in the country, and has Kenneth E. Weight, superinten- been installed by the Stromberg- dent of schools. Carlson with Jerry company, The total figure includes $500,- mm n Coleman, supenlsmsr, ther iristaAAA tf ,. .... C bond for building work, which Work at the Tremonton office has not been used to the presabout the first of April, started ent time, and is now included in one of about ten such is and it this year's budget. in the U. S. A. at installations The budget allows for estimatthe present time. While being ed expenditures as follows: in this country by the built General control, $34,100.00. Stromberg-Carlso- n company, the Instruction $665,000.00. a product of is switchboard dial Coordinate activities $4,550.00. Erickson the Telephone company School lunch $154,000.00. continued on page 7 $71,485.00. Auxiliary agencies . Los Published Weekly III County Agent Retires June 30lh Midnight Saturday ! 0f the left thigh and u cuts i Robert II. Slewart, ( Leader Photo) One of Tremonton's most outstanding citizens Is presented to the readers of the Leader this week: Clifton G. M. Kerr, who Is manager and stockholder In the Farmer's Cash Union, dealing In lumber, hardware, building materials and coal. Mr. Kerr also ; operates and llve.i on his own farm west of the city. He Is well known throughtout the state of Utah for his activities as State Representative from Box Elder County for the past 10 years. He has airo been very active in local civic organizations since he settled in Tremonton in J921. For four years he was a member of the city council, and was elected Deputy District Governor of Llon3 International. An active member of the L. D. S. Church Mr. Kerr has been bishop of the Tremonton Second ward for three years, a counselor In the Bear River stake presidency for two years and is at the present time, president of the South Bear River Stake. Born In Plain City, Utah, a son of the late William A. and Rose E. Kerr, he came to live In this valley when a boy. He was graduated from Bear River high school and from the L. D. S. Business College. His early business experience came as a salesman with R. u Fishburn and a3 a salesman In the Western States for a wholesale clothing firm. He also operated Cliff's Clothlery In Tremonton for four years. Cliff's wife Irene Pack Kerr, and four sons, Duane, Rolfe, John and Nolan complete the family.