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Judging Teams Fair lace At State 3 Scheduled adv7 Night Local Boxers To Stage mm 17 1Q bin RL Li Serving The Stake Family county ;veraimeiabersofthe Zke iF m m. Contest Leather-throwin- g A Be? A Birthday, and New Name Local amateur boxers will show their stuff, tomorrow nl.e A 731 p.m. in the Garland Armor "will, M; proceeds going ir club to buy more , at the state For These boys are be, spent Sat., where the boys The South Bear River Stake and conditioned at tru stock formed athletic club which Family night will be next Mon its drills at the Armory in day evening, September 26, in and feels, with proper suv the Tremonton 1st wardf suitable fistic program for v5 Vem Watkins was high at 8 pm. All stake workersstarting should public. iman in the judging of dairy note this date. Melbourne Archibald and Lytle team bnth heawweiehts. n,Hppl(.ksnn livestock judsing I will headline the ten bout pro- lssuegram, with Gerald Couch, 4 local Kerr of 'rremuniuu their Thf ... ,niihlishprs PYnrpss , Honeyville Urge nuwam nu- ana n .Hunsaker, thanks and appreciation for the ieauierweignt charm? Gloves Goiden red utah n second place. Aid fine support and friendship that clashing in the s, the team, in judging, n has been enjoyed the past sev what promises to have a lot of of Bobby Lofthouse The health officials of the en years, and pledge their best leather throwing. Hales of Willard, county and city are still very efforts to give Tremonton and People of the valley are urged Watkins, DeVere much concerned about the i second; the Bear River Valley the best to turn out for this event, both Ronton and Glade Anderson, of contagious disease in this paper possible in the years to to see a good fight card and to second in the area. would like to call They come. the contribute to a very worthy civte contest losing to the attention of the public to a project which this community Vhe County team. mm? city ordinance which reauires all has needed for a long time. Jeese Quayle, Perry, Harvey individuals who contract any The club plans to feature boxin Barker disease as well as contagious I ,cer and Ralph .v,ih willard. placed third in ing cards here in its own commembers of their families to re munity with such boys clubs as ) crop judging contest. main at home. west Jordan. Ogden and Salt They advise that all garbage Lake Rotary, Malad and others, r utensils be kept covered to guard with Wednesday Beginning land, and should put on a very ridge 100 attend cent against flies carrying germs. per that it will be able to send a evening's fins' A list of precautions are given ance meeting, the Tremonton boxing team to the AAU and here for the benefit of the Lions Club made plans for a1 Golden Gloves every year. ' Word was received Wednesday people of this section in i attendance Nuttall To Referee guard large membership Kleon Kerr, ening by Mayor convention Lions the of at annual the polio, Utah's ing against spread at the state highway depart-n- t which is still prevalent in the next at Keith Nuttall, cedar spring. City widenhad approved the statd. They are approved by Dr. out at now set been of A has who $200 budget can-- I of the bridge over the reA. J, Mohr, Dr. George will Ficklin local athletic the club, to the expenses, up help defray Tremonton just west of the In decisions , and the county health nurses. call the and a model plane was hung in feree and iiness district. to is a Keith bouts. give all " show . ' Poliomyelitis T plans highly pre the club's dining room, to i This improvement will allow valent infection, and only a t he progress made in the months the club a lot of support by ine construction of a small fraction of the cases are r to come. structing and working out with of the nartially completed Howell reservoir. viom ic ior.tir.cr nmtrpjun tnwiird (Vip snill-wa- v ghway west to the fair grounds clinically indentifiable. It is re- be will fill The a earth south. report the local boys, Bottom view was taken from the bottom of the reservoir, looking Eugene Hansen gave id airport. 45 feet congnized as an acute illness, us crest to this dam to Britain ws v raise the visit to Great his of raised to the top of the forms shown in both Contracts will be let on the BPW HOLD FIRST MEETING a fever. The early with ually Farmer on Future the summer s, ridge'in the near future, and it the but vary, symptoms usually student exchange program. The first regular meeting ot that the graveling Construction at the Howell and al has headache, patient entertain Mitzie Hansen Miss the Tremonton Business and cfi the road will be completed most is progressing satisalways a stiffness of the reservoir two piano Professional Women's' club was members with ed the is fall. neck and spine. solos. held at the home of President factorily, according to officials The state is now resurfacing The following points are streThe program was under di- Arlene J. Ficklin, Monday evenBlue; Creek Irrigation the of , r.e 20 miles of the state high ssed among the recommended rection of Harry Drew, chair- ing. and way between Tremonton company. epidemic measures. man of the membership and atLunch was served by the hostEnowville. Mrs. Hanna Rebecca Steed tendance committee. when completThe 1. Isolation, in bed of all child reservoir, com of road the Members followed by the meeting durf ess, w.ill serve some 30 and known well ed highly ren with fever pending diagnosis. mittees Coombs, from the Tremonton ing which six new members were IS EXCLUSIVE NAME and will irrigate respected women of Fielding STUDENTS LEAVE 2. Proper disposal of infectious voted into the club. They were, Businessmen's OR DAIRY HERD association, the 3025 acres land, with the cost of SCHOOL ATTEND TO a discharges from the nose and Lions after i ' afternoon aicd Saturday Shirley Hampton, Jenne Kemp, Club, Jaycees and Tre the reservoir averag- Owen R. Stokes, Tremonton, and throat. Vadis Brougn, Mrs. Mr. and monton city met with the Box i rebuilding illness. Some of the students leaving Veda Gunnel! 3. Absolute personal cleanliness. ing approximately $3t.uu per short Utah, has been given the and Dorothy in lived Thompson Elder edCoombs have Mary Fielding County this week to continue their acre. of the exclusive use of the Especially washing of hands, be- Mon.. Black. road years 1902, improveregarding ucation at the Brlgham Young The new dam which is an r ime "Rodona" as a herd name fore handling food. in the valley and adjoin earth fill will be 289 feet wide alter their marriage. She has University are LeAnn Marble, jments nose 4. of Holelective Postponement registering his purebred Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Turner and ing communities. 14 feet wideat been an active member of the Shirley Mauhan, Dahryl Thompat the base-'cattle. This prefix and throat operations or dental served were daughter, Bonnie Jean, visited the the crest of the fill, and 45 feet Fielding Ward, having Under consideration son and Lorry Rytting. r.ime is granted and will be : extractions. John Leyland roads from Pocatello Valley to that eight years as councselor in the Among those reported to be with Mr. and Mrs. 5. Avoidance of excessive n ffded by The physi Blue Creek and Howell to the high from the channel bed, over the weekend. a Salt as in Lake, five ana Relief years are USAC Society Betty drains the reservoir. The main attending the cal strain. Prevent from becomiAssociation of America. on highway 30S, Both tlam and wing dikes will meas- teacher in that organization. Morse. BarBarbara and junction Jean or over chilled. ng tired, Nearly 1150 prefixes were Jesse Beagley, of Missouli, of these roads are planned with ure 4600 feet with the crest of She was also active in church bara Waldron, Wendell White, tr6. Avoidance of unnecessary for breeders in 1948. visited with Mr. and combefore Montana, in aid. work and state federal Farmington county, DeAnn Bone, Carol Warnke, and dikes being 6 foot wide. the wing avel and visiting, especially of Mrs. Dewayne Falk on Monday and in the Bonnie Rytting. other roads considered were The concrete spillway, is of ing to this valley .Irs. Fay Francis and children children, during high prevalence Ward and Bear River Dot Kay is nrolled at Weber nnH Tuesday of this week. Mr. the improvement of the road new by Elbert Einstien Jr, Fielding design Salt Lake, is visiting with her of the infection. is an army friend of Mr. from Penrose to the new state a and was stake choirs. College in Ogden, where she has 'Beagley engineer, hydraulic All cases should be reported to Erents Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Fri- as served also presihad She road running west of Corinne, model tested at the engineering :i hi: w a i oi j j j the City or County physicans. II, this week. and the extension of the Iowa laboratories of the University or dent of the Fielding Social Development Club. String road into West Corinne. California at Berkeley. t Willie, assistant VOLUME XXVII Monday S StfS NO. Published Weekly at Tremo Work Progressing f S Health Officials Care To , 1 With this Issue of the Leader the paper starts another year of publication, and at the begin-in- g of its 27th year the publish ers have decided to officially shorten the name to "The Leader," although it has been called that for many years. A new heading has been or dered, out aid not arrive m ume to make the change over this - I i Polio Fight iS fnnis J sem-flnal- spr-ea- d Sng m Lions Plan To Send Large Group To Annual Meet Widening Approval famed talentedworks and fc " i v four-lan- TTr,.-vA- . ROAD COMMITTEE MEETS WITH MRS. GEORGE R. COMMISSIONERS WEDNESDAY . farmer-stockholde- rs 1 r priv-i'ig- e three since d re-- Holstein-Friesia- e 1 1 . i Will She was born Feburary 17, 1878 Harold Sandall was chairman The new spillway will allow a Mrs. of Ira Mr. a in of the delegation, with Del Han daughter secFarmington, flow of 1500 cubic feet per and Bethsheba Miller Steed. son, Cliff K.err, uei and is so constructed to al- 71. unniui, ond, was reared in Farmington. She A. N. Rytting and Earl Fuhriman low a maximum storage in the June 15th, 1899, she was On as members. CASTLETON reservoir without creating danHcuse will be held Sun- MF.I.VA R. Coombs in Open to married George 'filled o'clock at STARTS NURSING COURSE ger to the structure when day from 2:00 to 7:00 Lake Salt the Temple. to capacity. P. Holmgren home in Melva Jane Castleton, daughSurviving are her husband, the John To date 490 cubic yards of re- five River Bear City In observance of ter of Mr. and Mrs: Melvin CastMrs. sons and daughters, inforced concrete have been Ella Dies Box the sixtieth aniversary of their leton is now taking her nurses Holt, Tremonton, esis the in It spillways. poured A. training at the Dee Hospital in county; Mrs. Louise Har- wedding. 73 of timated Wilford LeRoy Allred, that 100,000 cubic feet of Elder East residents of Bear Ogden. She will study at the WeLife long Box Elder Garland, Garland died at 5:45 Thursday earth fll will be moved, and 6000 per, been H. Coombs, Og- River City, the couple have ber college. Melva Jane, who i George county; will rip-ra- p of rock affairs afternoon at the family home. cubic yards church and civic in active ; Mrs. Irene Wood, Los Angegraduated from the Bear River V He was born September 7, 1876 be used to face the reservoir and den In community. that high school last year is taking les, California, and Carl Coombs, in Spring City, a son of Reddick side wings. was superinMr. r. Holmgren 18 advantage of a scholarship, she California, N. and Amila McPherson. The A new outlet control is being Sacramento, Idaho Utah Sugar of the tendent won at that time. four great grandfamily moved to Chester when built, using the old tower frame grandchildren; Garland district for 17 Company and brothers nine children, he was 4 years of age. He was work. The water will be drawn in the Mrs. Malinda Mathews, years and was a pioneer ii reared there and later attended from the bottom of the reservoir sisters, the and drainage 1ST WARD ELDERS Mrs. Ida Wilkinson Ogden; Ar- Farm Bureau season. was al- RESUME STUDY He the Snow College at Ephraim. irrigating this of valley. during and Ross Steeda system John Christ-ense- n Ray, nold, Ldnda Rose board GROUP MEETINGS He married Mrs. Pearl Back-ma- so a member of the county Farmington; in 1900 the 12 June, 6th, The Tremonton 1st ward quSalt Lake City; Mrs. Ella of education for years. served in Mantl Temple. has Mrs. Holmgren Elders will meet at the Odd and Mr?. Clara Colemer, and is orum ofof Mr. and Mrs. They lived in Chester Utah church capacities many Jay Dee home Kaysville. until they came to Garland 23 with the D. U. P, affiliated for their services evening funeral Harris Friday Impressive years ago. Nine of the eleven children born first study group meeting this Rebecn Mrs. Hanna were for held are now living fall. While at Chester he was very l VIIU1IIU3 "1 H". I'uuu;b to the couple DeWayne Falk will give an T ,.c.i,-,SPrVirPS ftmpr'l! Morrison, Andrea active in the church. He served Mrs. are They with illustrated lecture. All the quor- Ward Chapel Wednesday, Ed Iloim-HU- n for ten years as bishop of the were held Saturday at the PorWyoming; fic- -: Sheridan of Richards T. um ciders and their wives are in Elmer y Bishop Mabel taee ward (napei. ior iiaroia Mrs. ward for two years as Superint-SundaGarland; jgrcn, vited to this meeting, wmcn School,, Hall, killed last week in a truck Mrs. Idaho; City, Sugar Prelude was played by Mrs. Strong 1 two - starts at 8:00 p.m. years as superintendent of accident. Leona Reese, Bngham Cnyilarto Solo 'Face Hansen Mable a was were conducted by and The services the Y. M. M. I. A. FaceThe TREMONTON METHODIST by ilr. Hiishes Opening ley uoii.wen, member of the high council of by Bishop Ora II. John. r,-a- , P' IT P.ickrr Sdn "Mv Mrs. Miiureu iiukju. CHURCH n,. the North Sanpete Stake. Speakers were Loyal G. Harris, Faith In Thee"' by Carl Coombs, Oregon and DelDeri uoimgien, William R. Persons, Minister Since coming to Garland, he Howard IT. Hale, Glen Morris son of Mrs. Rebecca Coombs, Bear River City. They also have in the and Bishop John. 23rd, 1943 I ;he has been counselor Richards. Solo 37 grand children and 14 great Friday, September Horarp Kwakpr were furnished numbers Musical 8 00 Young Adult Hayrlde. Sunday School supcrin tendencys by Mrs 'grand children. a male quartete from Gar- "One Fleetine Hour" Leo 0f the Bear River Stake and by Sunday, September 25th, 1949 Earl, A Ireta Bourne, Speaker in numbers. two Utah for in that director sang i organization. a AVAILABLE 10:00 Rally Day Program, He is s land, they STENCILS Hansen, owner oi Lee Llttl.li De- - Remarks by Bishop Elmer Rich FREE Mrs. was widow and solo his are by sung letter Storage is shown this he National Turkey Federation vocal CLASSES Surviving marking the beginning of the by AT PAINTING k in one of the Is wane Price and a vocal duet by ards, Solo "In the Garden" Mr. 1949-5who Church School year will coldest spots &M is past president of the the following sons and daughtMrs. Lyman Zollinger, Mr. Hughes, Benediction, Mrs. GarlE. town. and Gibbs Walter P The editor could hnrdlv the instructor at the Textile be held. Association ers, Mrs. Gladys Jensen, Allred Mrs. youn;g. tne tiirturn fr,t. cW,(of(niY niah Tnrkrv Raisers Parkinson. and Claude at 11:00 Worship Service. SerOran LcRoy Lions and; was at the Far Painting classes now held ' Interment He is also a member of the were Field ir. Hansen offerered by The ing. Community for "The prayers Dora mon: every Mrs. Anger. put up the second her home in Thatcher Associat and of Church Bob Allred George M. Ward of Rlvrsid and mington cemetery with George Pr Storaee nlant. In thp'stntP club and Businessmen's and Installation nine to riare Christ." seven from preThursday the Jr. grave dedicating I if viah r: Teachers, and ,J ion of Tremonton and is at Bear 'and Mrs. Roselln Draper, Ogden; Dyron Warm of North Ogden. Coombs . , . ihn rvfnln? has 100 free School Officers nij i. were.Jii,stencils, J -- t a member of the South Jed The prayer In the home was offSchool Ward. Bountiful; her Worker's Training that can be used, by " Mrs. Da flowing and the flowers - students. Allred and Mrs. Irene llolman, ered by John R. Gibbs fronton wuiurTd 7941 wondto the All testified v vid P. Gibbs played the prelude many. and presentation of Christian Hansen is a native of Brig- Burbnnk California; 29 grand. in which Mrs. Coombs erful way u-Inc wife. 7:30 Evening Vesper Service. rnd po.stlude. :ai? Ci'v but was reared in! Mr. Hansen and his children 5 great pranaenm lived and of how devoted ATTENDS FUNERAL ' Overload." Internment was in the Portage had was 'f"llnK He u the son of W, 8.1 P. Hansen, and daughter M.izip and one brother, Pratt Allred of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Nelson, Sermon: The Human to her husband and 27th, 1949 A. Nelson September, "i Annie C. Hansen. Hp attend- - live in one of Tremonton 's new Salt Lake City. cemetery with LeRoy E. Gibbs of she Tuesday, Percy Nelson, Charles family. the will Church dedicatinar side Tremonton 8:00 Mackay, Idaho Time and place of funeral ,a5 "l at the Crigham Young modtm ho:r.c tn the north nd Mrs. Cliff Beard, attended ; Mort-oi Conference. r'-in School Worker's 'be ar.nounrrd hy Rogers in Tnn L,rave. nr.ll. - " other members Mrs Hansen's par?nts Mr. and the funeral of John E. KellyKeljIt In aaditian Th? funeral was one of the Mrs. Mr. are Mrs. Marjoric uary. Wednesday, September, 25th in ;, i., ,ur,. Monday. Idaho, are Shelley Carl Crowther of Perry with in ever held Portage, 'Ker 1919 F. Carl nra"2. Nofih largest a week with Mr. and ly was the uncle of Mrs. attn a k ) o.i 7:30 Choir Practice. n.- I.. J. Hansen of attending from all parts spending Mrs. J. G. Durgess ,.. P"oplo and Mr. M.,. Nelson. . una I'll "I u, Hansen. . Dclbcrt Mrs. luiltv't'll u. convention uon of the valley. and "d 1m ended the Plumbers a turkevlIUvewide. California . . ... tie M dI'3 tarmrr. Jlnnsen a student u uo.-ihrid in Salt Lake recently. MEET BUSINESSMEN YOUR TREMONTON John P. Holmgren Observe Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary and . Wilford Allred At Garland n, Funeral Services Held For Traffic Victim . OLCL-V- - j a-- 0 ''-- ' v.r, .' r;rJ ZXl . i .' i .u kJ irr-r- t .- - j t .... .