|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
TREMONTON, THE BIGGEST LITTLE CITY IN UTAH mmr tm ftitor Dalle VOLUME I TREMONTON, CONTEST MAKES UTAH . THUft 6DAY, MAY 21. 1914, NTMBKK Corinne LATEST NEWS FROM OTHER TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES B The Leader s Staff of 1: CLUB tilling Corresponds; nls. The following changes have been East made on the ). S. L. H Ao bound No. from changed to 8:43j west bound No. 37 Life in Penrose is still worth changed from 10:27 to 9:22; east bound No. 38 changed from 4:22 WILL BE ELABORATE AFFAIR inciliving. Some noteworthy to 2.09. dents have taken place lately. Walter Neunemaker, Principal Annual Banquet of Commercial The Promontory ami Penrose Club to Be Held at L. D. S. of the Corinne school for the past Sunday Schools of the Penrose left for Salt Lake last ThursHall June 2 ijard had an enjoyable May Day year, few a After days day. spending ; at Culmer Wednesday, Arrangements for the annual iPn 13. The forenoon was spent there he exects to go on to his Miss home . in Johansen Colorado iu getting acquainted. banquet of the Commercial Club After eatin to home her returned Brigham, well under way. and the comare lunch there were races for old ing Miss Darst, to Salt Lake, and Miss mittee in charge, consisting of ami young and a match baseball of the Appledale L. M. Smith and A. N. Fishburn, teacher Boreson, grime was played by the boys and school, to her home in Greeley, promise the club members one of young men. In the evening a Colorado the most royal entertainments ttgnee convened at Penrose chapel, Crawford came ever enjoyed in the history of, the Miss Blyfhe and was enjoyed by all in attendhome for a few days vacation Fri- club. ance. There will be a program of Mrs. Lena Miller Anderson and day. short speeches on subjects of Mr. Ireland, field superintendher husband came to see her parinterest and concern to ent of the Jensen Creamery Co. greatest and them ents by coming 'surprised the club, interspersed with vocal was in town on business Thurswithout giving notice. and instrumental numbers. The After a long period of suffering day. L. D. S. hall has been secured for Clarence llobson has been on the evening, and here the banquet Mr. Lars Peterson, grandfather of Aaron and August Rohmer, passed the sick list since Sunday will be served. All members of to the great beyond Wednesday, W. H. Holmes who was operat- the club and their wives (or sweetat the age of eighty-fivMay 13, ed on for appendicitis a week ago hearts) are expected to be present. years. He had been in a depend- last Saturday, is now getting along The date has been fixed for Thursent condition for some time but nicely. day June 2nd, at S o'clock sharp. was patiently cared for by kind and will be on lving hands. Services were held People to seesurprised the change in Day in the Penrose meeting house The the cleaning city cemetery. Thursday afternoon and the reOld r of The M. I. A. contestants in in has Silas been charge mains were interred in the Penrose who has cut off the sage and grass, and Junior chorus cemetery. cut down dead trees, straightened work went to Ogden Sunday to On account of the illness of her up head stones, and torn down meet other contestants from eight sister's baby, Miss Louise Jensen rickety fences from around indi- stakes. The Junior chorus girls has gone to Brigham to stay for a vidual graves. The fences have were accompanied by Miss Nina short time. been put in repair and the gates Winters. Bear River Stake was Su Sunday, May 17, the Pen- and the arch over the front gate not successful this year, but we rose Parents' class of the Sunday have had a coat of 'white paint. hopa we can win a place in the great School had a very interesting and Now if property owners between finals nexl year. beneficial discussion of the sub- town and the cemetery will only Mrs. 0. S. Winters was an take a little time to see that their ject, "Play and its Value." Ogden visitor Monday. in repair so the Relief ditch banks are kept Sunday afternoon The people of Garland were that the road out that way will Society conducted fitting and ingiven a rare treat Friday night structive exercises for Peace Daj . not be flooded with water so much, when the students of the Utah they will help the cause for betH. A. Peterson, brother of the ter Conservatory of Music, under the things. lirection of Miss Bagan, gave a former Principal of Penrose School The cemetery association! met recital in the Garland Hall. J. M. Petersen, is in Penrose do ing some building and expects to last Friday night and voted the At last the matter of appointing work in Penrose and vicinity as removal of the sexton's building a postmaster for Garland has been long as any building or engineer- from the front of the yard to leeided, Horace Gleason having the back, and for the removal of ing is a ailable. the appointment to fill the posithe rickety wooden fences from tion. WTe hope Mr. Gleason will Work in the beet fields is being around graves. After other busi- follow Tremonton's footsteps in pursued very energetically and ness until adjourned they giving the people an promises to be over soon. committee is ready to report. post office. Bishop Pierce and Louise Jensen Mrs. Allen ami son Lorimei took a trip to Promontory Sunday in the COUntj business transacted STAKE TRACK MEET and visited the Sunday School out seat Saturday. there. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hewlett Several Teams Entered and were in Brigham Monday. Warm Contest Expected : ;0QD START Thatcher. I). F. Adams has a new automo- Many Nominations of Popular Young Ladies Have Already bile which he just purchased. Been Made. Still More to Follow, All of the people of Thatcher Get in the Race, are busy in their beet fields. FIRST Read COUNT WEDNESDAY, Announcement Particulars in and Get in the Game Immediately the big prize voting contest announced in these columns last week is creating more interest than we imagined it would at the The beginning. Nominations of con- testants are being sent to this office daily and soon there will be who wnnM h wrillina rP g : : 10 this Paper The Sunday School went for a May excursion last Fridry. All issue. If you know of any lady present had a good tune. There who has not been nominated and were three or four wrestling whom you think would make a matches and a few selections by the baud. good race, use the nominating Last Sunday there was a Peace blank and send her name to this Mr. J. P. meeting in Thatcher. paper or bring it in in person, and Christensen came down and spoke her liaill(? will be entered. It to the people. The Relief ters not if she be married or single. Read the rides in the large ad in this issue or we will mail them Pearl Anderson. offerOlive the Jensen. upon request. Inspect of the merchants and learn ings Myrtle Jensen. COLLINSTON. how you may secure votes for Libby Richards. 'yourself or friend. Be sure to ask these merchants for coupons, Myrtle Saunders. Those who do not understand Lena Holmes. CORINNE. the rules and regulations of this contest can call at tins office or Ely the Crawford. write us and we will be pleased to Jennie Murphy. Ella Holmes. go over the proposition with you. Winnie Baker. Extra Prize of $10.00 in Gold. East Garland. The first count in the contest Nora Oyler. will be made June 10, at which Veda Cook. time $10 in gold will be awarded Anna Larsen. to the contestant having the highFieldixg" est, number of votes at that time. Aeha Cannon. This prize is extra, in addition to Hazel Hess. the other prizes offered, and its Louis Walker. will not the bar winner winning Garland. from securing the piano or any of Grover. the merchants' prizes. Virginia Lizzie Shumway. Do it now and help someone Clara Smith. reap the benehts of this liberal Alice Munns. offer. Remember that the merHazel Edwards. chants of this town are interested HONEYVHliE. in this contest and give a Hunsaker. Ruby coupon with every $1 cash purLizzie Grant. chase. Astell Harper. This contest is between individAlvoid Hunsaker. uals and no lodge or other organ- Riverside. ization will be, permitted to stand Vera Mason. as the candidate of any particular Mai ile Udy, organization with the understandPenrose. ing that if she wins the piano or Clara Miller. other prize it is to go to that Thatcher. organization. Such an, agreement Ada Jensen. would be manifestly unfair to the ' mat-mem- v J cipients of a tine $101) Obermeyer & .Sons piano or other valuable prizes enumerated in this list. All of these handsome prizes are enumerated m the announcement oa another page and will be given to some of the vountr ladies of this vicinity, in the order in which they are listed. The question is how can I do All that is necessary is to get it your relatives and friends to trade with the merchants who are donating prizes in this popular voting contest and who are offering inducements. special money-savinFor each dollar spent with the merchants you will receive 25 votes which can be voted for any o f the contestants. Also get your friends to subscribe for this paper. For each one year new subscription you will receive 600 votes for each one year renewal 500 votes for each year back subscription 400 votes. Of course it is to be understood that under no circumstances are coupons issued by the merchants except upon cash purchases. We have been asked if the wife or daughter of merchants who are with this paper in contest this voting may compete for any prize. The wife nor daughter nor any of the merchants with this who are contest be perwill in this paper mitted to enter the competion. The reasons for this are obvious, and we are very sure the merchants will feel just as we do in regard to the matter. We want this contest conducted with the greatest possible fairness, with no oc casion or opportunity for anybody to criticise. The ballot box is now iH our office. ready to receive votes. Tin1 box will not be opened until tiie first count is made on June 10. The judges will be absolutely disinterested people, in whom everybody will have confidence, and every count will lie participated in by a representative of the Publishers' Music Co.. who are managing this contest. There will be The lady who seno favoritism. cures the largest number of votes will win the piano, and so on lie prizes. down for t lie res We wish there were pianos enough to go around for all the girl-- , but there are not, and all but one will have to be contented with one of the many other beautiful prizes offered, which are worth striving hard to win. Voting can commence at anytime in the ballot box whieh is now in this office and the kevs to the box will be given to the awarding COfiWitt66 who-- e names will be announced in another issue of this paper. Use the free vote coupon in this ? JUNE Earl Adams has worn a broad smile ever since his baby boy arrived Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Brown and Mrs. Pheny Bane visited friends in Thatcher .Sunday. 25-vo- other candidates. Any candidate detected will be disqualified. Remember to have your friends trade with the merchants who are giving coupons. The names of the merchants who are giving handsome prizes and helping to make this contest a big succers are so BOTHWELL. Louise Newman. Alice Anderson. Josephene Johnson. Freda Forsgreen. Eva Wilson. Plymouth. Myrtle Clark, (iladys Wolverton. Loretta Arcibald. : Qephart Bros Shaw & Stevens. R L. F'lshburn & Sons Co. W. E. Qetz. Thompson Scott Drugs. Smith. The Druggist. Waldron & Harris Bros. U'yatt Bros. Farmers' Cash Union. J W. floheen. Bear River Vallev Implement Co. State Bank of Tremonton. Mrs. A. B. Frlsble. Miss Rosamond Larsen. We want new subscribers and a lot of them, and these girls will get them for us bj seeing their friends and inducing them to sub- scribe or renew for The Leader. The paper is well worth the money to every subscriber, ami we expect to hold these new subscribers for many year.- - to That we can make thi" only way contest a suec3ss The following ladies have be I'M nominate i to date: Portage. Vera Gibbs. Gladys Hall. Elwood. Lester Kroksh. Vera Haws. Hazel Fridel. Deweta out. Mrs. Ella Gardner. Virginia Lish, Ivy Waters. Tbemonton. Mrs. L. M. Smith. Alta Grant. Anna Ranber. Addy Purser. Anna Parker, Etta Abby. Violet Meldiuill. Elsie Spencer. Jenette Johnson Lydia Binkele. Julia Brinkman. Phylis Wilson. Pettic Von Sebenthal. Mottie 'rozier. 'eleste Frazier Lea Winzler. Rnwena Larson. 'lara Siegfried. ( Bkar River Crrv Lena Holmgren. Meda Howell. Milua Gunnell.' Cecil Hunsaker. ( 'hriitmnon ( ( BANQUET Penrose. , . . e Pec-oratio- n Garland. story-tellin- by-law- g s te Deweyville. ('. ;. Adney was called east The V. M. M. I. A. Stake track during the week on account of the Jos. Heusser ami wife spent illness of his father in Syracuse,. meet will be held at Garland, at Saturday and Sunday in Weston, Kansas. the Ball park, Saturday next at Idaho. 2 o'cloek p. m. Five teams have Mrs. Silas Older, who had to been entered for the various Wednesday evening a party was lake to her bed again three weeks events, and from thirty to forty-fivgiven in honor of our three school was not so well Sunday but men will participate. Manners, Helen Fanner, Vaughn ago, is better again now. The Helm. and were Jos fames Parry principal event will be a d were and luncheon The Rebeccas entertain! wrestling match between Conrad played, dancing, served at the home of Mil, T (t. Brown Hansen of Bear River City and Basel Busenbark of Beaver Dam. Mrs. Margate! Gardner is in Tuesday evening. In addition, there are ten other She Hgdeti getting her eyes fixed. Mr. and Mrs J V. Ferry and 220- as follows: has undergone an operation to see family took dinner at the parson- events, B80 yard, yard, if it will restore her sight as she age Sunday. one and one half mile relay races, was almost blind Milan Ryan stopped on a nuil race, pole vault, broad jump, high Mary Scbelegel and Chris Ham- Tuesday and run it through the jump, and shot put mer were married last Thursday. side of his shoe and about three II has babe been 'olmsen's quarters of an inch into his foot. ANOTHER BUSINESS 0, Me was a distance from the house ieal sick but is much improved. FOR TREMONTON as the nail was a large ten and Alf. Rubv of Dixie is here visit- penny and slightly bent so that he Tremonton r. to have another nig relatives. Could not pull it out of his foot, store. Tic Cipwell building, Arvilla Peterson of Garland is he remained about an hour fastas the old pOStofiC4 buildknown working here in town. ened to a large stick of lumber ing, has been leased by H. W . Ward conference was held bare containing it Abbey, who recently removed here Sunday. President M II Well The SXtonsion Of the Pear from Hamburg. Iowa, and will be ( mg of Fielding and P. M Hansen River Valley Telephone Co. from oeeiipied with a stock of "racket" it Elwood were visitor!, Point Lookout north into Idaho, goods Mr. Abbey has placed orders for if being pushed as rapidly as Rwt thinning has baffun Forty miles of poles are the required stoek, and expects to possible miles of be open for business within the Wyatt Bros, have pun based a BJi and twenty-threnext three w eeks. wire., have been strung. iu 'w auto. e . 100-yar- d, 410-yard, . .