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PAGE 4 Thursday September 29 y Tremonton. Utah LEADER. THE pnor to the driver part of the (Jutland course, which will be taught by ! I I'.fV'i-.- By Mrs. Eph Petersen Mr. sr.d Mrs. Louis Larson and family mads a trip to Providence canyon on TuesdayMrs. Mart Ristr accompanied! by Mrs- Frank Riser of Garland were Logan visitors Thursday, Fd Isaacson entertained , Mrsin honor cf her son, Gordon's' birthday anniversary cn Friday. Games were played and refresh-- ! ments served to ten guests. Mrs. Ethel Martin cf South Carolina called on the Eph Petersens Tuesday. The Mar-tin family lived on the James Miller place several years ago. He is now bishop of the Gafney ward. Roy Atkinson attended M I. A. convention in Malad Saturday evening and Sunday. Mrs- Atkinson and daughter accompanied him and visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David J. Williams. r t" Guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Larson at dinner Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Olsen and and Mrs. Lyn children MrLarson( Salt Lake City and Glen Larson of Los AngelesMr. and Mrs- Wendell Hansen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. David Cook of Syracuse to Cheyenne, Wyoming to visit Mrs. Hansen's sister, Winifred. Miss Lola Johnson was a din ner guest of Sherma Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Weston, who were married September 16th in Monday evening at the family the Salt Lake Temple. The bride is the former Faye Barfuss, daugh- v ter of Mr. and Mrs- John C. Barfuss of Tremonton. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hansen Pii'Hrrsrirp T m George Reynclds Attends Manager's Convention. George Reynolds, manager of J. C- Pennty Company store at Tremonton, left Tuesday morning for Billings, Montana to attend a conventicnn of Penney j j - 41 1 U &L- j - &- -. store managers. . House guests of Mr- and Mrs. M. W. Ward for a few days are Mrs. C E- Jorgenson and son, Denny, of Ogden. - j ' Cow-pe- mm hp cm Mrs-Clyd-e Ford Jeppson and Mrs. Ernest Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Garfield visited for a week in Salt Lake City with Mr- and Mrs. Melvin - Cook and family. BOOKLORE CLUB NAMES OFFICERS The ladies of the Booklore Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs- Rudy Miller, where Mrs. Jay D?e Harris was chosen as president of the club for the next year. Mrs. Reed Giles was named secretary. Plans for the year's activities were discussed and the program Canned Fruits freshments were served. Ardes Adams spent Saturday home, Nielson in Layton at the home of Mr. g. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel and Mrs. Don Bourne. She visittailed on Mr. and Mrs. L. M. on their way from Idaho ed Sunday with Mrs. Regina Anderson in Salt Lake. Falls to attend conference. Mrs. C. C- Martin visited with The L. M. Holmans and their the Sylvan Korths Saturday granddaughter, Julie, attended while enroute from Portland, the State Fair Thursday. Clarence Park of Los Angeles uregon to ugaen. Tisited with the Joe Oylers Fri- -. Mrs. Orval Grover and daugh- ter spent the weekend at heme, fiay- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rhodes She is now teaching school at made a business trip to Brigham Grouse Creek. Announcements is made by the ,City and Ogden Monday. Miss Diane Rhodes who is at-- ; ward Relief Society that their tending school at Weber College opening social and party to hon- in Ogden spent the weekend at or outgoing officers will be held home. on Wednesday, October 5th at The Guides of the Primary and 2 p.m. their parents met Thursday eve- -' The executive officers cf the ning at the home of Mrs. Ursel Relief Society met Wednesday Rhodes, class chief class leader, evening at the home of Mrs. Sylvan Korth and Donna Shaff- - J- P- Christensen, as her lunch- er were chosen to be class father '.eon guests. and mother for the group. Re-- i Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris spent - j j j j j - A beautiful new black Chevro let sedan is now in use at Bear River hign scriooi for the behind the wheel driver's training course oeing given to members of the junior class. The car has dual controls and the cost of gas and oil and keeping the car in repair are the only expense en- tailed by the school. It is madej available for the course by Fronk Chevrolet Company, national, state, and county governments and the American Automobile association as part of a plan to promote greater safety on the state and highways of the nation. Four weeks of classroom in-- ! struction is given to driver stud- ents by Miss Margaret Woodside ' , L80 d.z. No. f 2819 1 D c iz Derry No. 2 can SORORITY MEMBERS MEET LOCAL GROUP A group of members of the Beta Sigma Phi National Soror- ity of Logan and Brigham City met Wednesday evening with a group of local women at the home of Mrs. Jay Dee Harris, Luella McFarland, director of the Brigham chapter gave a talk on the purpose and gains to be made in the sorority. Refresh- ments were served to about thirty guests. iU Beans j I2 Sauerkra j 1.5 6 Car.: 1.08 Tomatoe 11.61 55 Perk 6 Bottles 303 bottle u 19 Cans 2 Shaver's t I 1.1 Lorn s:4jj.6 I Corn c i I.f Blei Peas 27c Can No. Cran- PG3S I5C Can Hostess Delight ,;l 2V4 BRIDGE CLUB FETED Mrs. Jack Shumway was hostess Wednesday evening to the ladies of her Bridge club at her home. After a delicious luncheon, the game was played at two tables with awards for play going to Mrs. Me Foxley.'Mrs. Evan Green and Mrs. Reed Oyler. STUDENTS TAKE DRIVER TRAINING IN NEW CIIEV. Hol-ma- n Lov Priced Vc 2.23 tall .uiruaii West Peak Elberta 3.15 Peaches l4'i....No. can .62 Cherries 1.10 Plums Monica Vh can 1.02 Sauce. Ocean Spray juu - , Grapefruit SSsffiNo. can 6 r-l,J.- outlined. A dainty luncheon was served Wednesday at the Lafe Grover by the hostess. foot- as k!'!1..n..3oo F - , J g - - mi A Safeway canned food event always means big savings! And this prices on many favorites offer fcctlVS one is no exception. Money-savinstock your pantry shelves with budgetnt you an opportunity to pleasing values. Check the prices below. Note especially the e::tra cans. savings when you buy 6, o, or - - i i LITERARY GUILD MEETS The Literary Guild Club held a meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Grant Thompson. Morris reviewed the book, "Feather In My Hat" by Billie Burke. Other guests were Mrs. - even-ti- ftV4. - - and Sherma attended the ball game in Logan Friday ei nfi1j - ' - & 2.0: COFFEE ! i NOB 4oc .lb. 49c 54c ..lb. lir. Cofft With A Mild Mellow flavor AIRWAY Froth Roaitod Coffoo HILL UB,, CoH UxurY EDWARD'S U EMPRESS Plum Protorvo . r I Apricot Protorvo , 11 jar 01. - i t iron llll VtlllLl I Donniton't Tatty, : fti. TAMALES.!!!L3oo lima Beant with ? 7 r: h yr ' ' V?' 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