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Beaver City. Utah. WJiT. Vol XIV. ACCIDEYT OUR SOLD ER BOY'S LETTER . nil Hcorrs home PARTY FOR The grant snmi Boy purchased Sub-hig- EDUCATED HER in UMTED Scouts of Beaver have h the grounds and Monday morning bright and ear ly a full force of scouts were there One of the swellest parties of the breaking the Old dead grounds. Mrs. J.' F, Evans of . Adamsville, met with a very serious accident Decoration , Day,' when she was re turning to her home. Just as they J passed Mrs. 8hepherd's y place her hat flew off and she raised up In the machine to catch it, and In some wsy the door flew open, throwing her to the ground while the machine waa going at a pretty good speed. 8he was picked up uncon scious and found - badly bruised in the face and on her left shoulder, " " breaking her arm at the wrist in two places. She was taken immedi ately to the home of Dr. McGregor, who soon had her restlnr ouite com II No. MIRIAGE . ClinxniZf Mrs. M. & White of Beaver who ; has been for the past two years. staying in Logan, during the school year, making a home tor her ehil- - " The marriage of Miss Geneva An derson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. dreB lh they attended college. . G. Anderson, and Mr. John Joseph, wllLbe home this summer "Mra. ' of; Beaver took place Wednesday, White has two children who'grad- - ' 11 at the Manti Temple. Im- - uated June this; week Miss y Edna in -' f ae4iately after the ceremony the Home Economics, wjo expects to r happy eouple left tor Richfield and stay at, Logan and attend aummer ' other neighboring towns, where they school, will teach Domestic art in more to do than before. ; will spend a few days, returning to the high school at Richfield this a." m. until nine This Mrs. Anderson and little daughter next year. thirty p. m. ts some Job, but it we and take a run up to Salt Lake, re Aimon u. wane, Agricultural engi do ourwork well thlstlmetwewUl turning about the middle of June. neer; who expects to go to Salt' Lake not need to come back, and I am The bride who ii a lovely talented to study Agriculture. sure most of the boys t who '"hare fortably and at the present writing She haa another daughter, Mla young lady who has lived in Beavet been over here don't want another she is able to come np from Adamsfor a number of years and haa been Hortnse White who is so well known ville to havener arm looked after. trip. teacher in our public schools, has throughout the state, who graduated :;,-It, Uncle Sam is more than good to friends and acquaintances. A three years, ago and has had charge many POPULAR LADY RETURNS us while here. There is not one number of social events have been of the extension work for the domes-ti- c thing that we want and can't have science, will be one of the teach- given In her honor and she has reMiss zoe Robinson returned to with the exception of a paas port to era at Brigham City this next year. ceived many, beautiful presents, y -- ;,f America, but that, will come In time her home at the Murdoch Academy y The groom la a Beaver boy who ..s v.'.-:last week, after having spent nearly and we hope that time Is short ; la a teacher In our public high school SURPRISE a on Pacific the Coast. While year We are ailowed to go almost any Mr and Mrs. George snd loved by all his pupils. , Valentine place we want as long as we do there, she attended school at the will make Beaver home their They )l right; but If you try - to - put ; any University of Califorals In Berkeley having recently purchased the pretty last Thuradayy tight when their son thing over" on your uncle, "youwOT a school which stands as one of the home of Mrs. B. A. Underwood on George came home from the navjr. '. find yourself doing double time in best in the United States and ha a the Academy road, where they will The last they had heard of him was the guard house, or you may get a registration of some 7000 students be at home to their friends after that he might not be home for a chance of peeling spuds tor a cou which are drawn from all parti of SOth. June year. He has been on the battle the world. Including the Orientple of weeks.. '.'".. ship South Dakota, ever since he However, Miss Robinson's Identi. In the nine months I have been afternoon a crowd of left Beaver two years ago the 7th Sunday here I have had a very good time. ty was not lost tn thh throng of young people went to the Beaver of April. He has now been released going to Paris twice, once to Chat students, hot she managed to hold canyon, where a picnic dinner was and given his honorable discharge ' eau Theiry and Belleau, where 1 up the enviable reputation of Utah served In honor of Grant Smith, soon and la very glad to be at home. On saw some real battle fields there. students, which, has been establish to depart for missionary work in the Saturday evening their son Vernon .We could visit the dugouts and we ed at the University. One of her who haa been In France, where he Southern States. found many dead Germans who had noteworthy successes in the schol has been with the 25th Engineers. been there lor a long utno, and as astic line, was to obtain 'Honors" Mrs. W. F. Knox - has returned He was discharged at' Ft. Russell you walk over that battle field of In history which. Is the choosing of from Salt Lake and will have aa her and Immediately left for home. hills, small villages and forests, you three of four students in every hun One by one our hoys are return- her sister. Miss Mathews, who guest, can see bones of any part of a hu dred in first year history, as stu been of haa for years the manager Ing andlt is hoped that soon" they man body sticking out of the ground dents capable of taking, upper dithe Bransford apartment In the city, wilt all be at home and that we Iln toe shell holes the boots are vision wort in their Sophomore Wallace Knox who has been at the may get together and give them a there when the flesh has decayed year. She also made. an intensive East Side High In Salt Lake will big 'celebration. and left the bones still standing in study of the Peace iues The . friends home with him or a bring the bootlegs. On all the trees you League of Nations Bolshevism and house oarty for- - which the Knox y The K. K. K.' Club has been hav' see the skulls of Germans stuck on other leading topics of the day and home is especially suited. ing some very pleasant entertain- - . a broken limb see bones stuck in had the ' splendid opportunity of ments. Week before last they met the trees, where some American has hearing Frenchmen present their The friends of Clint' McShane Friday evening, May SO with Mias tried to decorate the woods with claims In the settlement of the prob (with the exception perhaps of VLt. Evelyn Low In honor of Miss Celia th finnoa nf ttia TTtin ' Th litre lems which confront the Peace Con appreciative Mrs." Dewey Bakes) were sur- Jones, one of their members who i and qt'Mtr!rii?." Meeting adjourned '..these to native ot'the Jionor ahowu,hlmI-33r"trfflS. la; the Helleaa Torest are full fereaee Versailles, - ab t atth Announcement- - ' of his won go!x wy. prised to meet the follow Ing of large shells which have hit .the GreekiJUTnentana, CroaUanavr Itak young,, people 'and. wOl rarryw4th t. tfvii'oiwk on alias were last and rtui l..r poems composed marriage Saturday fintree and failed, to do their work. ians and others give their side of him many happy thoughts, when he day or until this work had been Lund is the pret- her benefit. Refreshments of ice Hunter Vilate of waa which ished, Thursday after Along the nine miles of road from the argument. Some of the Insplr leaves on his mission which will take bride. She will remain In Bearer cream and cake were served during noon..... v.. ; ''Vv ty ' Chateau and two him Beaver from for "are Miss heard to Belleau there Roblnwn away speeches ing Theiry for the time being. Both are to well the evening by their' little hostess. ' A special meeting will he held years. ton and tons, of German amunltlon" were given by WDl Trwtn. a noted t here, and so many nice things . Fridsy evening, June 5th - the known ... . , a The happy erenlng closed with June 18th, llll. iuc magaxine writer, who hal been on wnicu cannot, w iddtn nnm il. have already been said about each club met at the home of Miss all front lines since the beginning of singing songs and best wishes from German prisoners get there-to-dorrer con Baldln. A program waa given The many friends of Miss Ida one, there is left nit to It. The day we were there a mar- the war in 1114, and wei with the his many friends who will miss him MUs Ha Tsn-n;.'". during the evening. ' Burt will be sorry to learn that she gratulations. ine corporal, a private and a Red British and Canadians (it Tpren very much as the days go by. Solft story, "The Small read haa had to undergo an operation at Cross nurse were examining a lit- when the Germans first made use of and children and Win. Mrs. other Barrett diers. Several readings the L. D. S. hospital where the haa 28 IN BEAVER SCORE tle shell along the road when it ex- gas as a means of warfr.re' from of California members were nones arrived the Berkeley, by given ELECTRICAL RERVtCE been attending school for the past While Miss Robinson saw Califorploded and killed the corporal and were I with will remain ten and on members club. About the Saturday year. Miss Burts feet nave bothered wounded .the ether-two- . nia and liked 'from many different her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Mur present. Refreshments of sandwaa and deal It a of her late In great That municipal electric service On this shell torn 'ground you see points of view, both in time of war doch this summer. They are an wiches, cocoa and fruit wen served a thousands of German prisoners re- and In time of peace, and visited Beaver haa become poor, Is the gist found neceisary to perform slight looking wonderfully well and are en by the hostess, assisted by her moth of We hope to hear ler building what they have torn down. many of Its wonderful places an1 of a protect signed by Samuel 6. operation. will return joying their new home In the 8unny er, Mrs. Baldwin. She recovery. n speedy restwenty-seveand White other at around them march which cities The Trench, spell achievement, yet A few parties are planhome in Beaver for the turn Southland.' the end of a bayonet to fill up the she says that there is something In idents at that city and filed yester- to her Miss Barrett and Miss Beck. ned for On June 1st, Mr. and Mrs. Moses mer before taking np her duties at holes they made. Utah that makes one feel glsd to day, with the public utilities comMrs. Edward Edwa rds, Mr. and mission. The protest declares light the hospital this coming year. There are six American cemeter- get back home. . The party given Friday night at Twltchell and little daughter Enil and power is shut off at all times ies near Belles u where, our, boys are We wish to correct the statement the Bllllkln, for Miss Geneve Ander- and Linda motored to Salt Lake son a one without notice and that, no prewho has no' and announcement for Watch for the burrled, son and Mrs. Joseph was ft pretty af- City. The trip waa one of bualneis tense toward giving service Is made. that Mrs. Tina Levi has returned over here, need ; worry that his the West Ward primary. fair. About twenty or thirty con-- as well as pleasure. Mr. Edwards ' The commission sent word to the from Arizona; tor ahe has not and grave is not taken care of. Uncle composed the party. Refresh Invested in a new car and he and pies she will. soon mayor and city council - that they does not know how Sam has every graveln fine shape were served throughout tie Mr. Twltchell' located homes and ments mistakes these" little war in detail. must appear within ten days to ans- We are sorry . with name and location, and each showing the world evening, giving quite a city air to Intend, to-- move to the city tor the comWhen we visited Grenople wer the complaint. Salt Lake Her-ai- occur, but thank the people for morning some guard puts the stars danee. Full erenlng dress waa the They attended the ." ; ing and telling ua when we make In evidence. Plants snd streamers coming winter. visited a. m. had a wonderful trip through the .y and stripes up at all the reand conference y them.. to wave over those noble men un- French Alps, over a narrow rail scene attractive. made the very torts and took in all the amusement : road by way of Dean and down to A TROUSSEAU TEA , til retreat. places returning homo-- ' at the . entertain Mlaa Thelma Robinson and There is no American, alive 'or Niece Monto Carlo, Menton a charm Saressa Miss Harris gave : of the week. ; y . Miss Geneva Anderson, assisted by ed her Beehive Swarm at her home dead, who Is. not treated fine as far Marcell. party Tuesday night Her sching ssme The a one afternoon. is last There Just place Thursday dirty Miss Novella Turnbow of Salt Lake, as Uncle 8am knows. The trouble eme of red and white In the decora is with some of the employees who aa Paris and that is Lyon. France entertained at trousseau tea at her swarm will meet at Mrs. Ralph tiona throughout the house made ft tertemed Monday evening at the home this week. is noted tor mud. but Lyon has home Saturday afternoon ' from S dont do their work. splendid effect. About thirty attend- home of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. y' ... a visit to Reims is a trip worth coal dust mixed with It. o'clock until o'clock. The recep ed. Dancing and music were tho O. wnlie, in nonor oi mo I am going to London and Glas-co- tion room was profusely decorated - Miss. Evelyn Gillies, daughter of while. There we see one of the lar The main diversions. weds, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Martin sometime soon, then I think I In green and American Beauty roses Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillies and Glen gest towns in France, and a manu was at characteris supper midnight Green and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perweek were married last facturing city, torn to pieces. There will have had enough of Europe The afternoon was happily spent ad- Hutchlns, home of the tic hospitalShepherd Tlreen of North Creek, Mr. and Is' hardly a building left standing and I will beeady to return home miring the handsome trousseau made Wednesday la the Temple at Salt ity, with Mrs. Cedie Shepherd chap- cy Mrs. Grover and little daughter 01- attractive " :" ' ' The largest Cathedral of France is any' time the order comes about by the bride and her -- dear friend. Lake. Miss Grilles la an rs. eroning. llve. Mrs. L. U Bpures ana : young girl and has lived In Beaver located at Reims. 1 At tho time the August and I hope to be home very Miss Novella. g- Beach ....... of LonDeMeulleiTherss The wedding - gown- - of pure" white all her Hf e, Mr Hutching and set fire to soon , .aftejrngusL. . so, .J.can. ... sell, Ttun shelled timi Miss Lena Beck has returned from , I ............ .i. &w.m , tytriw ' amp Ufa p.WNl...WTT..T there is who - you some of that Beef. Let me see, waa twowere certainly beautiful and -- much young farmer of Beaver, this Cathedrtal Nevada and the coast and wtTt he were present The evening was ' much resoected by all who know with her aunt. Mrs.; Tom Lnw,rr hundred wounded Germans lying on was It Bull Beef? I hope you re- admired by the guests. with games and Dslnty refreshments of punch snd him. We wish them much happiness the enmmer months. Miss Beck haa pleasantly spent refreshments were straw In the church and a Red Cross member I belong to a butcher comDelicious music. over here, but all the meat we oat meal cookies were served. Those flag waving over, the top. but that pany spent ft pleasant year In her bnce. served by the hostess, assisted by Puffer on the mess Is our In has cut However, Work Mrs. were: kit begun them. DeMoss, to present Mary; made no difference She will conduct a small dans here her sisters. Miss Pheobe Wbite, of Parts Is a nice place, but a city we have had many jobs In this Hilda Messenger, Jennie Stanford, Lake road. A gang of men left Bea a little later on. She will assist tn Beaver, and Mrs. Evelyn Warby of so with Its population and Alfth, and country. First we built rosds. then Lulu Genno, Retta Parkinson, The ver Tuesdsy to clean np the road, the patriotic program on July 4th, North Creek. ' , no means of transportation except we ran a bakery, next a clothing Misses Kathleen Smith, Joule Bakes, that the people can go fishing on the adding greatly to the pleasure of ma to hope month. this store They of and Ethel no Elsie 15th stationery department, Ethel Parkinson, place for Rales, sic lovers, and of her many friends. by a Jitney, bus. It is Last Thursday. May S9. a wedIt then we took a Job on the railroad Nowers, Bonnie Anderson, Lawrence soon have the road fixed so the au-tGive me Salt Lake City. me. was given Mr. and can go to the lake. The Joseph Scocroft family, from ding reception Shepherd, Miss Lasen of Leeds, Mr .la true that Paris haa a wonderful and 'ipent several months at at the home of Mrs. Edwards Baker coming back to .take over the Anderson Miss Turnbow and the Ogden stopped at the Mansfield hotel subway, hut you know an Ameriof The young soldier and his wife, Tuesday night en route to the South Edw. Twitchell. by the parents can likes to travel on top of the bakery. After we closed that down charming bride An elaborate the happy couple. we were stationed at the Post quar Mr. and Mrs. Selwright, who stop- There were seven in the party. groudd and not under It. rvert to abnt ofcnty-fivdinner was of sickness, on account corned to master ter IIAPPT a here bull, had gold spend ped telling year It a person which games were of from Bea-vmirth aler constant gueat burst The There was great rejoicing In the have become enamoured with" In Paris, he would se a small part fish, beans, onions, corn meal, hard and atnain fom.-eand the played onto the attending to youngsters many get and express a desire family of Mr, and Mrs, N. P. Ipaon of what there is to. see but some of tack. Egyptian cigarettes and t ' f entertVmrert .0 part movies at the Jewel Monday night Tuesdsymornlng when they receiv- a farm where both can occupy cigars to officers. the places of Interest to me were aiv ws danca o'cl'xiK ten tv'w W are to remain here until some ed a tofrgram from New York, that It Is hoped If anyone h at the antics of little Katherlne and the court of Justice, the Princess selVur young Join it'lf. rhv en'and'otr and tntecttofls Jane offer.their. landed Darld had such an Qn opportunity 'to palace, Napoleon's tombVjthe tMOAfit..Jheftjjrtt....l;iot wish the happv tuple We frolic. to dom way have grownups given with the Casusl Co. 49(7, statlnt wfll engage these young people. painting of the war, which sweet for the United States. evenand a Journey prosperous did long as vlslbles that their wan a that he had they safe voyage and Tour Botcher la a picture painted on a solid canThey are deeply grateful to those In life. throuth , them. well soon. to befriended BOB be with ing. NOWERS them the city who have expecting vas IS feet high and 400 feet long, Somewhere in France May 7 II v Dear Mr. Carlton .".v. I hare been going to write you a letter for the last nine months, bat before the signing of the armistice we were so busy feeding the boys that time was scarce; and since the ining of the armistice, we have had . five-thirty season was given by Misses Kath- tree were chopped down and by leen Smith and Laura Shepherd at nlgh(Tthe7 grounds were reedy for the home of Miss Smith, Friday ev- rollings Tuesday; and Wednesday have also been busy dsys. This ening. June 6th, who entertained In honor of Grant Smith; carrying out will make an Ideal home for the the idea of good luck tor the f , scouts and a great deal of interest ture in their entertainment The should be taken In ! It by the people home was ' decorated Into a. sum of Beaver ; ; mery bower with lovely decorations BUSY BIRD of yellow roses blending with the white walls and streamer of white porn to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bald- and streamers of white crepe paper I. a bov. ' festooned to all corners of the wll.yjune i. rooms, the color scheme being, white oro to Mr. and Mrs. William In the dining room and yellow. a baby boy. . was a long table beautifully pre Unthank, Jane pared tor; the guests. Standing in VBorn to Mr, and Mrs. Charles Wei the center, of the table was a beau a fine boy May 19. ler tiful white dblley banked with a row 4 of yellow rose buds troiri the yellow on satin ribbon to the plate " of - each jrtorn to Mr. and 'Mre. William Thursday, May !9, a fine guest, where dainty white place . cards of white' with the name of girl, r - ... each guest written on and pinned Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Had-do- k to each card was a yellow rose bud. .June 7. a bouncing boy. At each end of the table' was a large bouqttet of yellow roses." , DANCE AT NORTH CREEK An elaborate lunch was served. consisting of shrimp salad, bread and A wedding danee was given at butter sandwich, Neapolitan orange North Creek byHarjry4Jttartln Jello, angel cake . and: golden cake, Green last Thursday night, June S. rose cream mints in yellow and gold, Several loads of people from Beaver ,. root beer. v. A. y;' attended and a goodly number of hos as 'Miss Laura Shepherd acted tess at the table. At her left was people living on North j, Creek were the" honored guest of the evening. there 'to Join In the revelry and tne light fantastic until, the Many toasts were given and short trip, wee. ''small hours and .a merry time talks by returned missionaries, givwas enjoyed by all. ing him much valuable advice to help 1 ' ; him "along bis way. . ' COMMISSIONERS MEET After the lunch little white cards hand painted with a pretty yellow Board of commissioners held a rose, bud on each card were given to Full each guest who wrote a verse of sen meeting, Monday June 1. timent on It and these were tied in a board present with Commissioner Bills were bunch with yellow ribbon and given Parkinson, presiding. Russell Par Mri Smith to carry away with him to presented and paid. read when many miles away; from sons, County attorney was Instruct ed to get quarantine cards against his friends and home.. . The rest of the session was devoted Mr. Smith was very u-- . , T 1I. . , ; ', Ba-ker-- - . . - . - r::-i- s :, - -- ' fv i . one-ha- lf --- ""' r Ber-nl- ce er . . r-"- - . v . : . five-thir- d. ty ' , ' ". . : Hut-thing- 's . . w four-eonr- to , ! ,;,. . - i ' - , . os Ver-dun- e, e er la them-selve- s. Pat-ara- a - ity Lee,-becam- .