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THE AID THE I5.V!X3 E r IE IB cn. VAILET the y Inc. PLTLIHING CCMPANT, LEADER farmer Horace Udy. Her afterrrxc, for Fncay cr iy SUBSCRIPTION PATES (ia advance) 5:.i: per yea Ehscr-ixtiG- band Karl . ,r, , - ir., . ,t. fs"'T rill-- d en Mrs t, y.-- m'" e c-.-- Wellm-- j jt caugnier o; ixeiiiuuA. Bourne. their parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. uiz TA Dries Jensen cn Sunday. ir.g the week. ; iay in Logan and Smithfie.d, ack Earl Cf , , Op r Mrs- vesta uans ana tunace HiHrard cf Smithfteid axcom. - h- -? bus- 5 her t " - .... , with went to Salt. J Mrs and - mg fc-- 1: EIVER A ?. daughter of Sal: Lake and IL'. ana Actama ar.d Mrs- iiax 'days of :h? week in Salt Lake x:ti he son ar.d daughter ,?, &r rs, js.zi rVe-he: i:i'at llrs. Rhea Hes3 and -: L-- TbjrK L'uh Trr-.t- yi. Clara Gardner and family.'! Saint, , Mr. and Mrs. Alien Borgstron. Ff" aAmy Petersen ana Mrs. .up c! fr.e ;.:.'p r;. 2 a Nelaoa drove to Idano phine Utah. to on Tuesday V go through .Falls Pooler of Mrs. me loano a3 temp.e. j and v s t w :r v vr-- Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Roche it II. . I Mrs Marble is recovenr frcra caugr.ter v:a.tea r..i ait. Mrs. O. B. Jensen cn Tueuy. recent b:ms. -- PvKi-hei'fc- LEADER. . f rvr. ; i.- -e i'j " t- j tr. .r-. TVar.it Benson 1p?ui'i-are brctr D- - SEne bU3:ness Institute cn visited IrsEliza Bourne of Spokane. Washir.r-?nngs on w r3r Mr ar.4 Mrs. J. H. Ward on' tock part on the program trip Monday. Utah is Second Cass Sunday- - They were guests cf Mr. Mrs. Era Hansen cf the Relief Tuesday. it the pee o?:ice1S23a: Trcsccics, ar.d Vem Earr.es Mrs. Mr. and ' Eaootb For Ajj urJer act of March 3. 1S79. "rtrer Or. c.r 15, Jensen and Mrs. Hazen Hillyard for' Two bilioo children of Amer.can Falls, Society Stake Board attended the Mr. and Mrs. icrts-i- es, ' dinner,v Purser cn N. RYTTIN'G, Mrs. A. Idaho raited a few days with j Thatcher Relief Society accompanied by Mr. and Mrsand Austin Mr. and Udy 5121 MrLake' were Dui in Salt Ward vatcn-ccp- -id and Geo. M. Prx m y.'--r Chrj Hansen and prepuce Ten members cf the Sun-caj lo feed everyone cn Warren Ha jcock ;on Saturday to attend the lamiiy spent me weetex.u 1 Mr- and Mrs. Joseph Heusser School Stake Board Tisited the flaugnter ana iamiy. mt. of Mr. Moris, cousin griculturU methods ' ccord.r. to the in Mrs. Kenneth last 3 and School Ely, HannI, of "ere Jensen. their Mr. Mrs. guests funcay Er.g"h and Caugnter.unatcner with her brothers. e Nevada. and wnar.es uwey ci uguen oi.s ij. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ogden famul7 and The Fine Arts Cub cf ;iv.r-- i lart week Vi-- t Mrs- T. A, Ault Mr- and Mrs. Lowell Packer Thatcher. Bothweli and Penrose Mrs. Charles Korr and Mrsch. ren cf Ensham City, met at the home cf Mrs- Anna their children and and Jensen Frank Ur. ar,d Mrs. Glen Jensen mere e ol Mr- and ilrs. ri. Anaerson at ijotsweu- - ine pro- -j son, Danny. cfPaiton, Ketraika spent a few days w.th their Mart'.e. Peter gram consisted of a musical se- - j been rating at the home cf en ts, Mr. and Mrs- - Ed Eocfc in 8, 1949 lection by Miss Margaret Hard-- I Mr. Ted Richardsen and Mrs their parents, Mr and Mrs- - C P. Bngham C.ty. sister of Mrs. Doran Barlow, Recently ILr. and Mrs. Kenry and daughter. Patsy Ann, of Jensen. They alio called cn their the accompanied ty Miss Aler.e; visited at of City Brighan children and Schulu Lizzie Mrs. Ogden Jensen Erandmcther, Mrnd Duett Karris of Preston, Idaho- - Mrs.: and an aunt, Mrs. Ruth Cannon, called on Dee Salman, Mrs- - Mar- - home of evenunz. aiso oi rreswu, :LDve.an3 inue inru-nrncay ana ana :.ir Recent r.i.oors at tne home ct Jon i norr.pv. n, was a the meeting. at Mr. Mrs. Lcveland Darrtli ar.d M G gust were M. G. Perry Mr- - and Mrs. Perry. ana ci of Holt Mr-Mrs Carson! Ellis cr.gnauii Kenslaser dMrsjuay. their children, ana ;am..y. Bear River City, Nevada spent a few days City callod on Mr- and Mrs. Duett ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Kim her Barlow y a eu. s ana iirs. i. m- - ard ljvt.una ana nr.'-r- s h City. Mrs. Y.nnnia Peterson and Lake at Salt on last Friday evening. !Ault TL. 5 evening. Judy Saturday Wratleychildren, of Petersboro and Mrs. John L. Fryer was a re-- 1 s?r.t Sunday with her The Thatcher school, the Mrs. Alton Perry cf Ogden. ana urs. inaicner ana iirrnniar.es or her daughter and grancparenta, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sucbury cent ; ana me r. i a- - ne.a a tio-aeein Janie? iremonton. MrsKarom Gene IL-and I Campbell of snd Lfr. and t their home' Mrs- T. it- Au.t nad as r.er canuvai at ine scnooi gym jast Salt Lake City called on Mr. i Sunday gu- - her great grand; Monday evening. The purpose of; Mrs C. P- Jensen and Mr. and n Pocatello. Idaho. ' TrMrs. Bu'bar k of daughter Patsy Ann Kictarcson. me canuvai was to raise money; Mrs. Axel Hassell on their way Te5' l?e'r-- the day at the home j for a new library for the schoolweek the sited mor.'.'or. to enjoy a deer hunting tr.p. during me too.es couoje ino 01 Mr. ana Mrs. uuet: ixveiana. j Mr- Sarah Stewart cf Sv An- - with Mr. and Mrs- Charles Bur- - j 01 Mr. Mrs. airs. and consisting Wayne Manning i ttwey Idaho spent a few days ' bank, Mrs. Jowph Heusser and! of Roy, Utah spent Maurine Wight, Mrs. Ruth Zoll- children and -- i Sunday afternoon with their ir.ger, Mrs. Joan Waldron, Mrs-- ; For Mayor Term) parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lisa Anna Barlow, Mrs. Rezella To!- -; For Mayor Term) man. Mrs. Zola Mae Barfuss and j and family. Mn. and Mrs-- Lloyd Liah and accompanied by Miss Ann Wood Mrs. C- Johnson of Garland vis- -! sang at Bothweli Ward Sunday For Councilman Term) For Councilman Term) ited relatives in Logan on Mon- evening. Mr. Dale Mrs. and Ccmpton day. The seventh and eighth grade attended a Halloween party at school children held a Halloween the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay DOtSMCEI COSTS USS 31. party at the school house on Fri- Yates of Laytcn Saturday night. and Mrs. Erie Compton day night For Councilman Term) For Councilman Term) went to Salt Lake on business a Scouts number of Saturday ir Qt and Bee Hive girls enjoyed the Monday. Halloween party held in Tremon-toTh-rsi- a iir. ana a IJad-.- iirs-A- . j., r.--.- w R-.i-r- - n - Tr..orn Lr'i ) j ! De-lo- s - .' t - . r- ea-- ts ye.-T-- s Fata !lt t j,-- j heutifCille ;.::d fa: I - ; X'-'l- -r- I - - - IJst of Candidates for Municipal Election to be - ss - par-Lit- held at TOEMONTON UTAH, Tuesday, Nov. j ! ig, J SAMPLE BALLOT I - g. j ca-un-- t ; mn - Yj-'- Mr-an- t k..wj f - - : , j renre - s. iac;j.: , t - - CITIZEiYS . ; - Jaes , - - rxner - 1 say noon ooii'T o O - i j ; i pi;r-SA- Y (4-ye- ar Kleon Kerr - (4-ye- ar (4-ye- ar Delbert Hansen Mortensen Jed (2-ye- n ar (2-ye- ar Reed Giles Harrison R. Miller n. X Monday evening the Primary association held a Halloween party at the school house. It was well attended and most of the came children dressed in costume. Monday evening Mr. and Loveland and sons. Jj Robert and Gary, drove to Brig- ham to visit Mr. and Mrs. Darreil ; Loveland and daughter, Judy. who was celebrating her second Halloween birthday anniversary. ol Vv". 1 Cl CSAT For Recorder (4-ye- n LJ Term) For Recorder R. S. Calderwood Myrle Udy (4-ye- ar Mrs. Gwen Ward and daughter, Marilyn, and Alice Ward and Term) nLl For Treasurer Term) For Treasurer ( Term) Barbara, were in LJ Logan on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Mina Ward spent Wednesday in Ogden with her daughter, I, Robert S. Calderwood, City Recorder of Tremonton City, Box Elder County, State of Utah, Mrs. Rayola Walker. do hereby certify that the above and fore going ballot is a full, true and correct copy of the Art Ward spent Thursday in Official Ballot containing the names of candidates for the election at the municipal election, Pocateilo with his son and family, Mr- and Mrs. Walton Wardwhich will be held Tuesday, November 8, 1949- Mrs. Jane Udy and In WITNESS WHEREOF, I have this 1st day cf November, 1949, set my hand and affixed Hess of Plymouth, and the corporate seal of Tremonton City, Box Elder County, State of Utah Mrs. Peggy Justisen and daughter of Lenore Robert S. Calderwood, Silvester, spent by ANN WOOD Wednesday quilaing at her home. City Recorder Mrs. Jack Winn Sr. and Mrs. Mrs- Effie Welling spent fourj (SEAL) 5SV Mrs-Due- tt daughter, Lynn J. Iverson - Yet, FiOt CtI do ill tKe work with fmt ot ton-tr- )J ia oat Il Uirn eperstioo? Uitiogl butiful ioor tbit'i protecird from dirt od wrtr.cil orgrtav fioor lhat't csf to kttp o of only c)to! All for boul t ttnt per tqure foot! M. ;' 7TT I lASt IS BS- I- CRIES CmXitSTI FiM-C- l M fiMt I.X f f Thatchef cuaeutTtt... . Fist Cl itk. tftp cct j!nfflabfrOij!ly i or fx, i It - Jt F i coMCsen JFtor-C- 9 I l i B t ld) C I ii I f U list lor tcrt ie ( tiir.l i;r. 'ir ted thr. Chip of lee' It tint pf;.?!K.( f..r Ml. l 0i: I tt yr U.M bfjr-r- i fc!fd AitUiejy p;. lor imoirum, mtkti cor.nrttiout aiir.( an- ? Rctttrjr. ruK nurnt yir-i- t rAKM Jdt4 j in i i r Av.1 UKT rs.n. CAN GET FLdR CEAL FROM THIS DEALER: & Hcvv. 2301 U I ? 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