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THE LEADER, Thursday Scplm Trwr.or.yn. Utah '2 ' ,,j land; Carl Robert F. F. A. Poultry Department Thompson, Dale Torbet. The D U P. win hold their en Class Car(Cropv-OpReed us, Barf J. Eugene , nunsaKer, Hon1 meetir.3 at the home of Captain - . T. Au5tl:1 udv Garland; duiiu Verl Walker oraegger. trmr darr'-r'sine 3rd October oa Burbar.k ' Lettie Don Rhodes, Gar- - Continued on fir Mrs. T. R. Ault La- - Udy, Garland; ,dse Lynn Kerr, Leon T T A leioon will be given by clasoj C Trerr.on.A & A A ton; Dennis ar.d a: Larr.b. mont Rhoda T.Vheatley .? Si leader, ten: X. Peter Marble. Dewey-v:llDewayne Falk cf the Stake made-be will v.iitii officers in Class change Beef Cattle Open Sunday Schoolr Supenntendency Rhodes. De'cn? 4M -' Tremonton; Max atAnderson, librarian v3,i0n. BETTER SHOWS for a new lighting FINEST cojiroi home off the at the past Tremonton. Ben Tanaka, nHWh.,! ful- Mr and Mrs. Louis Spackmar.. tern and curtains far the side Sheep Open Class -7 meeting held in our ward this as wir.dois of the auditorium at! Poultry Department urr ha Mr. ar.a .".itsBill Flack, Corinne; Lois Por-- j of Earl LaMar w pxy Knutson; :ur their recent daughtheir I Ander-. guest Glade r Rive-hash school have Deweyvil'e: Darrel Erough, Tre- ntt, Tremonton; Thursday, :.irs uarrea i;ve- - ter ar.d Mrs- - James Dixon ar.d Sear i a Lind House, b- -n land ar.d daughter Judy of by the Board cf mor.ton R. F- D; Allen Tinsley, son, Tremonton; approved Col of Patricia daughter. DeLone Rhodes,1 c brh Tremcnton; OUie Knutscn, Gar- Tremonton; Bri'iam City were dinner e,..,,,h,, . Gamer of Tre. Tremonton; u. v. . Hansen, t ieia-of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ault. i c Elmer Jensen was a visitor at improvements will be mad? m land; Eugene Gamer of Tre- - mg; Eert Rhodes, Garland. Relief Elain Society the Frank Jensen home- Hi has near future. Ti.e Deweyviile mor.ton; Jon On KcM thcr Brig- Department " " . wAr.;r: sV:iil now returned to his home in. The lighting system will in- - monton; Georze Richards, , , , Kid? alte ' Ronnie Firth. Tremonton; him A iuiiciwh po: tjck Thursday, Provo. border lights, floor pockets, spot AT SATURDAY ALVTINEE. Glade Anderson, 2:0 Tremonton; 5:00 was enjoyed and a program tr-- . r,:, nuuc ix sn.w.lJJJiiru, C in. fliers. Ducks. and ..Geese itc-iu- i-. iiil. uiiu. ,ua. iiciii rrww. juiw. iea given. as Va their had guests Lents, and cielmg gondolas. This! land family verl .... , ler.p Knurv.i Garland: Morris neth Pomtt. Tremonton v. l Oct, r:n. v '.u-..,! r ar'n r"nv... 3 Tremonton. Christensen ar.d Mrs. Mary And-- . ment over the antiquated fis- - Ch.nstensen, Tremonton; LaMont Walker, s. Lyi1 '"Ljllll!SAllllIE8JII0!IAi f,'' F. F. A. Department va Tremonton. Lamb, Mil 1 tures now in iie. crson of Thatcher. Ted Walker, Tremonton Burk Mr. and Mrs. Pete Little of) New side curtains of colors Pigeons Both Tremonton; Bill Flack, .Scholer, well; tha nn. Wayne Summers. rrA dinner enests of annnrri9t l.ir. a Hansen, Fielding; Bert Rhodes. rts, Tremonton recently. place those in use at the present Farm Mechanics Rabbits Mr and Mrs re Frndsham of t;rr e Von Knutscn. Garland; George Choumos, Ned Palmer, "Both improvements California visited at the home1 are in Dee f. C!ai FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Jim Corinne. Palmer, Arnold Fryer, Neil Anderson, of Mr. and Mrs. Horace R. Bar- keeping with the policy of 1 ike I SEPT. 33; OCT. 1 3, 4 week nard and family. tng Bear River a school second to Bishop and Mrs. Clarence none in the state," Principal s. Fr; ; Perry and children were recent! Frank Stevens said Park visiters of their parents. Mr. and j of Mrs. Howard Johnson of Press of Snow sp3nt Saturday at the ton, Idaho. with id fam The Peter Marbles visited State Fair. EDWARD G. ROBINSON $. Wen Lamoin E. Cowley of the stake with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Packer jht.ers was Council visitor the at plus In Bngham City recently. High NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN f far N Los Angeles Sunday evening meeting . of Horace Dewey WAKELEY JD.IMY rris STARTING T. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ludburg visited here with his sisters Mrs. r Wsy Tver Fhctrao!ii Drspi A In fffcs Aktrf . . . in hday. was a guest of the 0. W. Snow, Mrs- - J. A- Gardner, of Farminzton 7, 8, j Smith 'Mrs. Chris Hansen and their J. A. Gardners, Friday. DOUBLE GIANT PROGRAM il Sho' The officers of the M. I. A. and GLUTAMIC ACID families. pu'her, Mrs- Abe Hodges of Lewiston members of the ward bishopric That the intelligence and behavior of j mplimei visited her daughter and family, attended the convention held in retarded children may be strikingly imSUNDAY. MONDAY, iThursc Malad rerecently. proved with Glutamic Acid is reported by jMr. and Mrs- Winfred Barrus OCTOBER 2 and 3 ere reci Mr. Mrs. and Garrell Evans InColumbia cently. University's Neurological Connie Fredrickson of Garland and daughter. Sherry of Sunny-sid- e stitute. Tested on the mental function Matu are visiting their parents, visited with her aunt, Mrs. Ray cf children, the drug proved to have a and Mrs. Lloyd Lash, Whitaker for a few days this definite relationship to the activities of SECOND ! Mr. and Mrs. Jess Earl and iweek. brain and produced sharp positive the 0 Mr. andMrs. George Palmer of daughters visited the Bird Ref- increases in the mental ages after treatwith and motored Sardine uSe home visited up at the ment. Mayo Oregon JACII CARSON ol Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gardner. Canyon to Blacksmith Canyon and ' The T. L. Wheatieys had as Sunday afternoon. DENNIS DAY dinner guests on Sunday, their Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nielsen Nolan filmed Li technicolor daughters, Mrs- George Wsedon, and children motored through Honey viile; Mrs. Holt Olenslager, Logan canyon and Emigration SEE THE BEST BE TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, ATTEND THE MAIN 2. Brigham City and their families. canyon Sunday afternoonOCTOUER 4 and 5 The Olenslagers plan to make home in Carson City, Nevada in tb? near future. X) Gli Barbara and Woodruff Snow Y AN and Wade Quinlan, students at the U S A C spent the weekend with JStO with their parents, Mr. and Mrs BERT LANCASTER beueijtille ' Fair Awards Li"Iltill" c c bVSteill rlaillieU ft. . rr Listed II t- r Virvn e; : sys-'to- i n. , ii-i- u .i-v.- ii - - nv n.itt . --- . - im-A- Free Candy To All The 1-- H ' r. FRL, SAT., September 30, Pa- . j j ORPHEUM THEATRE r'n ' r Th-i'rh- j j - mak-'1"01- j SUN, MON, THE, Oct. 2, TIIE "Anna Lucasta" DESTROYER'' Starring Paulette Godtlard 3 ; I Wed., - TIIE OUTLAW BRAND" - thru Sat., Oct. 5, 6, "My Gal Sal" Rita Havworth - Victor I - "MY DREAM IS YOURS" CO-HI- t i ''House On 92nd Sre'er ' i 0 I T ADAM'S DRUG STORE Simie Hasso - Lloyd alor - w.w. r Jean THE UNAFRAID" C3G?es JOAN FONTAINE 3 O. W. Snow. Horace M. Dewey of Los and Mr. and Mrs. O. geles ivha An- W- - dim mm w te m. j m mm I tion W- value Advanse-Besio- ii Liberty Theatre Tremonton 1! LVLXING SHOWS START AT 7:30 P. M. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 1 i. TWO RIG HITS WHIP WILSON in "SHADOWS of the WEST" with Andy Clyde Reno Browne IIIIKOC!; V W M -a tf 5: SERIAL M PEGGY and RYAJ CARTOON MS UAt CARTOON SERIAL SUNDAY, MONDAY anad TUESDAY, October r":":" 3 4 2 NEED A SPARE SET OF niNNYRnNFS WHEN YOU SEE B03 HOPE AS "SORROWFUL YOU'LL JONES"! BOB HOPE BALL WILLIAM yOEMAREST h ROBtRT L tLCH ... run.... IBiirc CABOT (iMIi You're looking at the "backbone" of a Chevrolet Advance-De-s truck the source of Chevrolet's massive strength and durab'j GOMEZ SIDNEY A Run - lANriELO 'Mil Xros UI DN! ,I)V an,t SANDERS v ,1 your eyes over that rugged frame and those sturdy sprit' rock-soli- d foundation that keeps Chevrolet trucks hoij at peak efficiency mile after mile, year after year! Add ChevroV, Here's the 1 t.. NEWS IIII KSDIY, Nv.. 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