|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 Old Don iaioa Vlrgirua'i motto U 'Thus Evei to Tyrants." The stata Cower if tte digwood Mr. and family attended the Hancock reunion at Crystal springs Monday the 4th. heucijtille By Mrs. T. R. Ault Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Buchanan had as their recent gu?sts their son Forest and Laraine Hassler of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Lewis Lorig and daughter of California vidtcd their par- lVXX 1 Utah The PEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, Tremonton, AND SAVE SHOP IN TREMONTON 1 ents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hey-ss- er Dew?yville. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wheatley were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holt Olenslager in Brigham City. Mrs. Evelyn Spackman spent a few days with Mrs. Anna Poul- sen in worm uga?n, one aiso visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Russell at Riverdale. The families of Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble met at Pioneer Park. Brigham City to honor Mr. Marble on his birthday anniversary. Barbara Sriow of Logan was a recent visitor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Snow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Fryer and children of Tremonton, were recent visitors at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fryer. Mrs. Mary Anderson, of Thatcher, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Holdaway. Mrs. Darlene Zinck and children of Bear River City was a Sunday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. .A. Fryer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marble, and Mr. and Mrs. James Holdaway and Mr. and Mrs. Horace m traffic troubles id mbukg proelelis Frequent tervice, handy downtown depots, and freedom from driving terwion make shopping or business tripi a pleasure by Greyhound. You can go and return the tamo day. The low fares save extra dollars for shopping! Relax in perfect comfort . . . enjoy sightseeing, or visiting with fellow passengers. See your Greyhound Agent about departure times ok your next trip! C1TEYEN'NE, VVYO $11.05 $11.45 $5.85 LAS VEGAS, NEV. WEST YELLOWSTONE SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO Gardner and their families at """f I'?? tended the Carl J. Peterson re $16.05 union at the Crystal Springs. (One way add tax) Mrs. Lizzie Jensen spent a few days with her daughter and son d Mr. and Mrs. O. O. 3886 In Ogden. Mrs. Jensen and GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT Billy Harwood were guests at a birthday dinner at the Harwood M. E. HALL Midland Hotel home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen Tremonton, Utah and family of Ogden attended the Dial in-la- WaaK Har-woo- w dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner 3ritish Health Flan hnposos Lor.g Vaii In Collecting Bills you were a druggist England, you would have to wait it least 10 weeks to get paid for that kvx cf nesdachs powders you sold Mrs. Jones. That's the way the system of prescribed free medicine works under Britain's state health plan. Fourteen thousand of the 16.000 druggists) who British chemists signed up for the plan were paid in March for the prescriptions they filled in January. The chemist accumulates his prescriptions over a month's period. Then he sends the bundle to the local pharmaceutical pricing bureau at the executive council. He gets paid for the cost of the ingredients, plus a fee for dispensing and the container. In London 60 girls work before huge charts carrying the names of and the prices. all ingredients After adding up the cost of the medicine, they add 33 per cent to compensate for purchase tax and variations in the wholesale medicine rates. The dispensing fee varies according to the number of doses. A bottle of 18 doses gives the chemist a fee of 13 pence (about 22 cents). Another two and a half pence (about five cents) is allowed for the container. If the chemist feels he isn't getting a fair price he can ask his pharmaceutical union to make a check on his behalf. Health ministry officials say the chemist is better off under the system because in addition to a larger turnover of prescriptions, he also attracts more people into his shop who frequently spend the money they save on medicines for other articles. The ministry estimated 75 million free prescriptions were filled in the first few months after the health-servic- e program went into effect LONOCN-- If in July Irrigation and Drainage Pipe Concrete or Clay Sewer Tile CORRUGATED METAL Culverts - Headgates OGDEN, UTAH Phone 02 ' n anJ in i!"s. - j j T Q7r saves on first cost. An costs only one-thir- d to 1.T electric one-hal- f m. as as comparable power units. It saves depreciation. An electric motor lasts o ing costs. The figures prove that k upkeep of an electric motor is less tb that of other power units, h saves on labor. Electric pumping is requires no tinkering or can spend your time in productive labor. That's why electric pumping it one-tent- depead-abl- watching-y- area we m i 1 DR. J. H. McNAMARA Veterinarian 1st House East of Post Office in Bear River City Phone Bear River 2391 , Phone Brigham 583-R1- UTAH POWER 1 Home Ownership - & LIGHT CO. A TAX PAYING Wi COMPANY -- inn...!. ""' Jim in , . xmw,vn,T' T.? - prescriptions properly and use quality medicines. ($ Denied Further College Classes DANVILLE, IND.-- An paying resident of the Hendricks county home can't go to college to continue his education. Authorities won't let him. octogenarian T ' ' ? ,l sx,- - i t - i-- scholar, the superintendent, Ira Plasters. The superintendent says Glascock's going to the near-b- y Canterbury college makes the other residents at the home They want similar liber- AJ "'' . lliutrafed, ovoloblt ol lra coif. ''ite. JS-- X , Y'-- Former Screen Star Works As L A. Delivery Clerk LOS ANGELES. A handsome. graying man of 43 delivered elec tion equipment to polling places lo election officials m any of them women he was just another delivery clerk. But 20 years ago the man, Nils Asther, was one of the movie's great lovers and earning $5,000 week. . . . T J xiow noes it leei to take a pay cut to $1 an hour? "Never felt better in my life," said the Swedish-bor- n actor whose love scenes with Greta Garbo were among the screen'3 most torrid. He took the job with the city two months ago. "I came back to Hollywood from New York 14 months ago. Picture discussions were in the wind, but ... , V With V. over-crowd- elevators all over the country, ed Ift going to be a big problem to find storage space for wheat and other grain crops this fall. Ift wise, therefore, to get underway now with plant to build your own granary or other storage Is prepared to facilities. help you build any or of tixe structure type any you have In mind. Materials are plentiful and stocks complete, including all kinds of lumber and corrugated aluminum. Your store also has hundreds of approved plans and designs for farm buildings . . . engineered to fully meet your requirements for safe grain storage . . . sound, weather-tigh- t and vermin-prooTri-Sta- te f. You can finance new low cost terms including i? w L. tr J e never materialized." "I could not stand or afford the Idleness. A friend got me this job ana i use it very much." As one of Europe's top romantic Idols In the '20's Asther was brought here in 1927 to star In "Sorrel and oun. An instant hit, he next piayed in "Our Dancing Daugh ters," the picture that made Joan Crawford. As Garbo's lover in "Wild Orchids" and "The Single Standard" and as "Her Cardboard Lover" with Marion Davies, Asther was shaded only by the late John Gilbert as a screen romanticijt. Then came the talkies. Asther had an accent He Tri-Sta- te ... i r storage building on labor and materials. i Householder Had E!a:e, Eut Was Asked for Phone quit -- pwENDS gather, look over that long bonnet and wish they had as much Fireball life as you have here. They size up the broad windshield and narrow corner posts and don't have to be told how these things step up "see-power- Point out how solid this Buick feels. That's what you get from husky frames, a weight, and power delivered through torque-tub- e instead of the rear springs. low-swun- For the truth is, this Buick's ." much, much more than you They appraise the smart styling, the It's a roomy interiors, the usability of luggage space and agree you've made a buy. But don't stop, please, with letting them look. Invite them in and introduce them to some of the special pleasures you'll know as a Buick owner. Show them, for instance, how completely different Dynaflow Drivet is, with every mile cushioned by flowing oil and none of the rigid harshness of direct-driv- e cars. Let them sample the matchless Buick ride with all four wheels cradled on soft, coil and springs tires made still easier-ridin- g by extra-wid- e rims. low-pressu- re PORT WASHINGTON, WIS.- -A ,n RojOMntn, ordinal at engine roared up end down Garfield st while firemen banging onto It peered anxiously for flames, pey hadn't received enough at headquarters. m m Finally, they stopped at a resimrm mmllt dence, and a fireman rushed In to call headquarters for BVICK wilt bmild $hm more accurate directions. The occupant said he didn't have a phone. A call was placed from another uuuse. in nre was at the phone-les- s home. When the department returned, the fire was out. "You didn't ask me If t had a fire," the owner said. "You only asked me if I had a phone!" DIAL 2311 Ore ou is - lift, at cm to one-tent- h tremendously popular in the ties. The superintendent "says one inmate grew so resentful that he beat up two other inmates in an argument and was sentenced to the Indiana state farm. The county commissioners are inclined to back Plasters. Q'JI oa the annual loss fan three times longer that & depreciation is about other pumping units. It saves on opera, Scthudl L. Glascock, is being confined to the county home by W. R. WHITE COMPANY Wall Ave. fill James Concrete Culverts 1625 chemists The and REINFORCED PLAIN and Mrs. M. W. Monro dinrer guests at the home 5, 1948. The executive councils carry out frequent checks to make certain HEADQUARTERS FOR Anderson. were Mr. and Mrs. Dustt Loveland Roscoe Mrs. Delbert Firth ana Mr. and and JRobert and sons Gary at family spent a few days Sherily Waddop and Richard Yellowstone Park this week. Marble went to Logan to see the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christensen parade then to Montpieler, Idaho and family enjoyed spending July 4th. in Logan can- Mrs. Saturday together Mr. and of Judy daughter von and at Bear Lak?. This was Darrtll Loveland of Brigham the first time they had ail been City Is visiting her great grand- together for some time. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ault Mrs. Louis Christensen was aj while her parents are spending of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. a few days in Yellow Stone Park. guest in Yellowstone Park Christensen Mr. and Mrs. John Becker of few a j for days. Ogden, took Mrs. T. R. Ault and Mrs. Oscar Christen-- ; Mr. and their grandneices, Patsy Ann sen ana mi. auu ims. and Judy to Red Bank Logan accompanied Christensen Fred Canyon. Monday the 4th. to Salt Lake Christensen Helen Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lish had she where this one week, day as their guests their children Mr. Califorto return to a took plane and Mrs. Wayne Manning Mr. and Mrs. Garrell Evans and their nia. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stark and families also Renea Lish, their Shirlene were visiting son, all of Draggerton Utah, over daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford with the 4th holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlln Madson Stark. and children motored to Lagoon Roland Christensen spent the weekend in Yellowstone Park. the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Harris and Mona Cole of Willard, visited spent the 4th in Ogden family at the home of her aunt and and Logan. Whitta-ker Uncle Mr. and Mrs. Ray George Andrews of California and family and her grandis spending a week at the home mother Mrs. Myrtle Knudson. of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christensen. Mrs. Leora Eberhard and family went to the canyon for the By Sherrie Jean Christensen 4th of July. The Nels Anderson family atMr. and Mrs. Jesse Roberts tended a reunion Sunday at the holiday weekend visitspent Farr Park in Ogden. They en relatives in Burley, and then ing joyed the day very iuch. Mrs. Alice Anderson was an continued cn a business trip to the Idaho1 Mutual Insurance overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Company, in Boise. tMrS ,r, cn m Svhm m.J. a bargain oa can see. big buy on the solid goodness demonstration quickly makes favorable delivery attractive price. On the kind your Buick dealer makes. 8 plain-increasingl- y dates. U of 4eal That's why we keep saying "Better see order in get that your Buick dealer-a- nd promptly 1" teatnrtt BUICK alone ha all the DYNAfiOW 8om otm SWfNG-IAI- INTBUOKS with COIL OtlW DUUX HAXINGS, main and THAN tOAtMASTtt, STtAlGHT. OHf nnnttina opM ts&Nt isn ot rodt W CrK Fronk Chevrolet fro 'W"4 iorw9 wWvom LWy MtAU taf.$tmno vuvt untss phi off VISION fUU-VII- W DOOM and oiy Y Cp-Crod- . SWINGING rioni AWE CUAZLY g Co, W M0W tool I" sunt "