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1934. t, II Cache County Fair - Logan Sept. i re-- lth her. I arouud i fellow fly girl 11-12-- sro. i) ktalU, I he ball e. A he A Home Paper for Home People ' leo- - N. Third Year few VI Telephone 700 I.OUAX, UTAH, FRIDAY, SKl'TKMr.ER rour-nc- e wilh ihe fun lutnble end ' urprUe dirulxed 1IK. . of 'en play the pie-- hour, hashing- - enily. West Center OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR tl Eight Pages, WELLSVILLE CACHE COUNTY FAIR By Solon R. Barber CHILD KILLED i t ! "Hide 'em. cowboy", or "I.et have im," will be the yell that visitor to the Cache ('outi-- l ty Fair, September 11. 12. and 111 13 hear at the Logun Fair' II, ' 12, 13 HI ACCIDENT Grist Exchange Growing Logan Banker in Charge DistriPopular with Producers! of Gathering Golden bution of Water Hand of Wheat ' led Satisfactory. West Flour Finds Ready All I act for Ihe grand openof Mr. and ing of the 2 4th Annual Cache Daughter Heber Parker Fair next Sustains County Tuesday, Sept. Ground on the,, day when 1 11 at 10 a. m. It I being sponFractured trepld rowboy from many part! sored by Ihe Cache County Farm of the West will rompeto In Death Instantaneous. Bureau. All the committees have bronc riding, roping, worked bard and enthusiastiMarket. Ring, at r roping, calf roping, The Genera! Committee of th Wellsville Louise Parker, wild-cocally lo have every department milking, and other typi-- l ! Utah and Idaho In He- ready. The program for each day 5. daughter of Heber and Ida of I oga The Central Mill ral event will b held. I Kmergem y Distribution of the L. Parker of a follows: Wellsville. was The event: bronc riding, wild! Wate of Hear Kiver for the killed outright TCKSDW, SECT. II Wednesday at half-milhorse riding, 1531 hllJ ftf" 10 6:3u a. running,! '3,on ni of fair the at an ne-p. Opening by of the automoblla with the farmer ateer riding, calf roping, Ing of the season at the office of which careened off the state Free to the public, county, according to 11. H. Wes- - the l.ogan Chamber of Commerce warm month of the summer.l I ho exhibit. running race, bull of Viewing highway after striking her, crashion, manager. This grist business on race and ., dogging wild borne Wednesday afternoon, with In order to give service lo his ed Into a utility pole and was llorso Fulling contest, being carried on an exehango Chairman wlld-co1 Lo-- I F. of Mleliacli Mr. Champ, team milking conlest will! sent race at the at track Tho three occupanta demolished. aj basts, with no process tax being round up the numbers of this gun. presiding. Members In at- - sample to tho laboratories In Salt lo a. m. of the car were injured, two assessed against tho farmer. teiid.ime were: J. A. Hale. F. M.j Hake for a chemical nolahle rodio. Band concert In front of exanalysis. "We have a excellent flour Cooper, Saul E. Tho rodeo will be open each; liver, William This I tho report that was re- - hibition building, 1 pm. South Weston' Mr. said use. for fannlv The child's skull was fractured P,.fl.rson afternoon of the Fair and the! ,yrtlm N,,i,(.ker. W. II. eel veil : Cache high band. In Ihe accident, which occurred today. "This flour Is reaching Farmers Union Rodeo opening event will be headed by and raring events at three blocks Mills, Salt :he market at Ogden souih of Ihe center and E. J. Bird. W. J. Smithfield, Utah a local band and the queen of lace trnrk at 2 p.m.. Hake Smla Spring. Hock Springs of Wellsville. nf 1( Investigators reIhe rodeo. Ama, Dear Mr. Walter South Michael!: Grand with (a) entry about Hnd I.ake Bear the section, she ran from west to east sM1.ar company, A night rodeo, well lighted,1 represented II. Sample of bread under separate Cache high band. Rodeo Queen, ported a rapidly a we can manufacture! A In front of ilia northbound mawh(, ,H ln ,hp Fi.lM-I- t cover arrived this morning and followed by committee and rodeo will close this fine and dangerous and wo are running practi pr.il i,.,liri. chine driven by Mrs. Verda JenT. N. Judah, of the West upon a careful examination re- performers. ehow on September 13. time". full sen, 40, of Lewiston. cally Cai lie Irrigation company repres veals the Everyone I Invited. There will (b) Bronc section. In competition with the Golden sented Ephraim llerceson, be no charge at the gate. Wild Horse section. This Bacillus The injured were taken to the mesentericus (c) Wist flour, competitors are fol- also was absent. Others In at- is commonly spoken of as tho (d) Half mile running race Budge hospital at Logan, where Iarley Keene, Henson, Is slated lowing as closely as possible tho tendance at (he meeting were ropo bacillus. to be tho arena director a tough Bronc section. examination showed that Mr. (e) F( w gradua'cs of the Utah State Agricultural College have Fnni)a formula used by the Thomas Preston, sPreldenl of Ihe This bacillus known as rope Jensen suffered a fractured hip, job for any man. Keese knows f) Calf roping. a logger success of private business venture than has Casperj(r;, local to tho Twin piill Canal Lakes according the he top1 knows company, 4 In and the game hake shops broken collarbone and concussion mile running race. (g) Merrill of Kiihmoml who Is the proprietor of the lee (ream maiiu-- ; manager. This fact alone should George D. Clyde, Utah Slate is quite common hazardous tho to for hands of the brain. Miss Myrtle Bevans, pick during the warm weather months h) Bull dogging. fa luring plint that produce Golden West flour to Water Conservator. Frank Wood, and ('neper's Ice Cretin. (commend event scheduled. enn he controlled and elimin35, of Lewiston, suffered severe (I) Steer riding. of 2(1 tankages of various flavors arid make of ico(1P joeal trade. Mr. Weston says nf the Wood Brothers Pumping ated by the use of vinegar of Im waiting to see these boys' ' creamI'pwards lacerations of tho head and was (j) Wild horse section. satis-b- e thla of thnt are tho little numbered a Is among mill his products plant R. L. very will who seo enjoying company. Let's Wrlgley, County 40 grain" strength. ride and rope (k) Half mile running race. badly bruised, and Miss Nedrn on the O. P. Merrill dairy farm r.oith and west of Kicli-- j factory trade among the farmers Agent of Cache County, and M. about entered: Marvin Dunbar, "Thej First tho mixer, trough and (l) Wild row milking contest. Stephenson. 16. also of Lewison LoR. of who the llovey. Secretary Atlns Kid". Logan, Utah, all equipment which enters Into ton. was badly bruised and suf(ml Wild horse race. Mr. Merrill has a herd of 51 registered holstoin dairy lows and stork. The formula. ued by the gan Chamber of Commerce. rod last year at Col. W. T. KSL loud speaking service fered shoek. Mis Stephenson was baking should he washed with Is all converted into frozen cream from these are milk tows the and feeds ln f.s.A.C. A preparing World Series Rodeo, total of 111,737 irrigated vlnpgar and boiling hot water. with South Cache high band. Johnsons reported to be the least seriously New products for the trade In this county. Citizens generally appreciate being followed at the local mill acres in the two states was re- Then in Ihe dough mix 1 quart Madison Square Garden. For evening entertainment free injured. de- - and as a result Is it in therefore and are of good the meeting products Casper's quality they Garden York, and the Boston ported under the various diver- of vinegar Is added to tho water midway attractions, wrestling and Louise was born at Wellsville of livestock sions ihe requirements show and who placed In the mand. with scheduled allotments and mixed thoroughly with the boxing events. Exhibits. Four January 3, 1929. Besides her part late-owners and new from a The is the creation vanilla ponllrymen. Is a hombre to each. General satisfaction with flour and other Ingredients which round boxing bout. Kid Bowen ents she is survived Casper plant tough money. Marv by a brothe administration of the River go Into tho dough. who can fork a horse and hold coated Casperette with popcorn mixed in tho coating. It is a tooth- Logan vs. D. Erickson, Garland. ther, Heber Clare Parker, and a be some one best on! and of to n of sellers the confection the tricks n spite of all the promise This bacillus will not grow In Four round boxing bout, Stettler, sister, Ida Mae Parker. wag reported to the committee wild horse can figure out. Dun-- ! many fine products turned out. This new creation follows upon the from all sources and a special a acid medium which Is produc- Logan v. Battling Nelson, CCC o which are heels Twinkles the set. with Last of a younger popular bar has been Invited to take to the camp, Logan. Wrestling bout, one committee, consisting of George ed by adding vlneEar Casidea of conceived Mr. season Merrill the chocolate the coated D. Clyde. Chairman, hand at the world championship Thomas dough. If the dough Is kept off 25 minute fall. Jack ChristianO. A. the arid side this bacteria falls sen, Logan vs. Bill Coley, Logan. perette. He made it of ingredients that are three times as rich in F. M. Cooper, Heath, cream as any of its competitors. Christensen, J. A. Hale, Saul E. to develop. Bouts take place at 9 p.m. on the Vincent Reeves, a U. S. A. C. graduate in 1931, who has been not a flour trouble as midway. Free attraction. J. C. This Hyer, and T. N. Judah, was apidentified with commercial work for three years, has been employ-mone- y A group of wholesalers and pointed to meet the requests of this type of bacteria la ln the atAllen, referee. ln a number of events, led by Mr. Merrill in the manufacturing department of his plant. manufacturers of the Chamber the states for a preliminary sur- mosphere and can be found In Mrs. J. W. Harrison in charge can Mr. Reeves has his masters degree from the Ohio State College in of Commerce of Salt Lake City vey of the benefit resulting from almost any locality. Practically of the Home and Community He's ready to go. And he In a ice cream manufacture. steer After a sojourn of over five fork a bronc or throw j will Btop at Logan Monday, Sept-1- 0, the emergency distribution of tho all bake shops guard against the Section reports that all exhibits i In all the products turned out by Mr. Merrill, he takes the View-the warm mast be eutered at the . fair vears In Denmark where ha on their Good Will Tour to wa(ers'of har'RIvfr rturfntr rhef development WT rope-lmighty good time. people (hat "What Cache Valley Makes, Makes Cache Valley. Valley Many Cache A 1934 season, to be available by months by the use of vinegar or grounds on Monday, Sept. 10, served a president "of the DanHe realizes northern Utah and Idaho. a cowboy that quality will always know Dennis DeWItt win out and he Insists that the finest qualThe Judging for this department ish mission, Holger M. Larsen, number of local customers of September 15, and to be follow- some other chemicals which bo will who can take it. DeWItt to the will tuke place during the first accompanied by Mrs. Larsen and ity possible be the watchword. He has as fine a herd of cows these wholesalers and manufac- ed by a complete survey based duce a acid hla five children, have arrived on hand at the Cache County as any farm in the valley and produces his own feed on dairy tabulation of dough. Call your local Flelsch-man- n his farm, turers will be special guests at upon a detailed will and In Logan. Scandinavians are InYeast representative and he Fair for the three days (Continued on Tag Four) paving ample water for irrigation for the production of a good crop a luncheon meeting during the acreage, crops, and water delivery o. and 0( hay. This enter in the vited to attend the Scandinavian when harvested is placed in a large dairy barn slop here. President H. J. Hatch in the counties In Bear Lake, can give you some first hand InAnotner WhPre his cowshayreceive the best possible g contests. meeting ln the stake house 'toCaribou, Bannock, and Franklin formation regarding this matter of the Logan Chamber of Comattention, Is of promise and skilly night and hear the reports by When Caspers ice cream is called for by the local trade, the merce will be chairman of the Counties. Idaho, and Cache and free of cost. for billed President Larsen and his wife user is helping to build up an industry in this valley that promises meeting and will welcome the Box Elder Counties, Utah. Parley Reese. He Is some events and will give spec- to be second to none of its kind in Utah. who has assisted her husband In and their guests. Presivisitors his missionary labors. tators plenty of thrills. An invitation is extended to any and all citizens Interested in dent E. G. Peterson of the Cols Other Cache Valley boys who dairying or interested in ice cream manufacture to visit Friends here are glad to weland Mayor A. G. Lund-strolege In the money dairy farm and manufacturing are expected to be come the Larsen will also be special guests. plant. family back at the Fair rodeo are: Sylvan The main purpose of the tour Dr. R. J. Haskell, senior plant to Logan. Peterson, calf and steer roping. is to form closer contacts with pathologist of the Department of Peterson has shown his stuff at 24 the trade and at the Bame time Agriculture, Washington, D.C., several rodeos and has proved cities. will between express good will be In Cache and Box Elder By SHERM LI) YD his stuff at several rodeos and The group is traveling in a Out of a haze of Injuries, Counties, September 6, 7 and 8 to Kindergartens will, be conhas proved his worth. LaVere airas well as bus by special ducted in the Woodruff and Utah States 1934 football candi- work out with the wheat farmers Ricks is another local boy who plane. Benson schools during the comdates will assemble out of a sum- and the experts of the college, a has made good ln calf and steer ing year, with registration Sep- mer far more injurious than an smut control program for the roping. He Is expected to be an Franklin Visitors tember 11, Mrs. H. J. Hatch, pre- ordinary battle of bayonets. The county. A tour of the two counties will (Continued on Page Five) Joseph H. Lowe and John A. sident of the Logan kindergarten, official opening date .Is set for Lowe of Franklin, were Logan announces. However, kindergarMonday. September 10, but some be made and meetings will be today, having stopped ten will not start until Septem- of the boys are already drifting held at the County Agent's office Susie Buttars, Tellma visitors on Folowing is the list of teachers berg, off here their way home from ber 24, and only children who into town and the bulk of the 50 In the Court House at Logan. for the Cache county school dis Goodey, Gxvennie Merrill. o night are 5 years old or who will be 5 odd candidates expected is exCornish trict as announced Thursday James W. Seamons, Ogden. They spent Monday school the state industrial by October 31 are eligible to pected to be snoring away in the morning by Superintendent Kirk Jr., Audrey Bergeson, Mae Han at Smart gymnasium Sunday night. where they entertained over 300 attend, Mrs. Hatch said. bride. Schools open next Monday, son, Velma Palmer. and music for The enthusiasm is at a high with inmates Miss Ann songs Miss and Merrill 10.: OraMendon Darrell September Hughes, an hour and a half. Harriet Hulme will be the teach- pitch. Probably because of the 27 S. A. lie Bird, Veda Sorensen. Lincoln school, llyrum ers. A plan has been worked out fine sophomore material availJennie Newton Amos Griffin, Archie Dunn, Bessie Brown, whereby Benson will hold classes able. But Coach Dick Romney is Brown, Fern Buist, Lila Eliason, Jenkins, Corinne Godfrey, Hazel At Sixth Ward In going to need everyone of those Gertrude Jensen, .Pearl Johnson, B. Rigby. Two lady missionaries will he in the morning and Woodruff fine freshmen gridders of last so Miss Merrill the afternoon, Hilda Olsen, Don Jensen, N. S. Trenton serMore than 27 mile of moving Clayton Nielson, the speakers at the evening Gone from the line are two fall. to be will able Miss Hulme and Smith. Wood. Edith Fontella Bailey, Josephine film were exposed in mak. Wheeler, vices in the Sixth ward Sunday.. picture a two tackle ends, guards and Millville Wellsville junior high V. R. at 7:30. Columbia production, No Also special musical tea Sylvester Anderson, the scho, at,,oth. ing are The Whittier school kinder- and gone from the backfield Violet Rasmussen, Russell John- Carver, Louise Brenchley, Ruby Greater The public is Invited coming to the Glory, 9 a halfback and son, Cleo Nielsen. garten has been filled for some a quarterback, Gem Theatre Sun., Mon., Tues. Leatham, Walter Perkins. man Rudy Vr.j Kampen, Aggie Edwin P. Oldham, Paradise time. It will also open SeptemSmithfield junior high C. A. That's enough footage to go ber 24, with Mrs. Emma Eccles of all trades. set-usection of land Joseph S. Howells, Jennie Rich- Hurren,-Franaround a 640-acRaymond, Ralph p Now then. There is the It was a Fabric Cheat Jones as the teacher, Mrs. Hatch C. Jones, W. R. Monson, Homer three-quartards, Alta Kendrick. times or and six Cot-tin for the injuries. First of all said. suit. The cheap adulter-ation- s Providence A. E. Allen, 450 some extend Dailies, Floyd Thornley, Florence city to ordinary Alexander wrenched his neck for wool woulAnderson, Connie Schiess, Webb. in the Colorado Aggie game last blocks. dnt hold the dye. H. Lucille Fife, Deantha Hammond, South Cache high school it another way, this To His year, and the neck is still unable amountputof film through the orErnest Maughan, Annice Reese, R. Adams, Charlotte Allen, H. P. suit faded. There are a football ' game, to go through R. F. Shumway. Fred J. Carlson, thousands of such suits movie camera would make Andersonn, so the sensational little cotton-to- p dinary Ella Neddo, Maurine Peterson, Melba EamesN River Heights To 2,304,000 single pictures. waiting to be sold. a this bus be will driving Bowen. L. C. Lucy Hall, Pernecy Greaves. speed of a standThey look like fall instead of skirting around view it at the would Floradell school, Wellsville Edithe Johnson, H. E. Kellett, take twenty but theyre frauds. ard projector line. the and ends the through Annie Elsie D. E. N. Larsen, Lyman Buist, d Mary Perkins, Morrell, six and Don't waste hours, not your unIs course still Tolman of Jay EdS. Hill, Gladys Delbert Young, E. Gunnell, Gadys Obray, Got money. died at a decided as to whether his oper- counting time needed for reload10, Hobbs, Ruby O.E. Valene W. ward Poppleton, Hughes, footage Payne, Mildred King, The Hart Schaffner & local hospital Wednesday of com- ated knee can stand the gaff. ing. And this enormous Era T. Rosengreen, Norma Smith, Nelson, Chloe Anderson. is seventeen times as long as No Marx Trumpeter label an former appendicLogan Keith plications following Worley, G. H. Violet WadsL. W. H. Hughes, Young in its completed Terry, Carrol Great It. YYe'll itis operation two weeks ago. guarantees high school phantom, had his form. Glory" Olsen. worth. Mabel Walker. show you She was born in Benson, Ap- knee operated on for the same Benson ward Jesse T. Rees, North Cache high school C. ril 6, 1924, a daughter of Sam- kind of ailment as Tolmans, and Helen Neeley. I. Stoddard, Amos W. Bair, Geruel C. and Mary C. Anderson he still is walking as though on Hyde Park R. Homer Hyde, trude Bentley. Marcus Cooley. Ge a wooden leg. Herman Mouse Hobbs. Ellis Doty, Winona Hansen, C. Eunice Ashcroft, May Perkes. Besides her parents, nine bro- Nelson a two year letterman at North Logan Sam H. Gordon, B. Johnson, Thelma Johnson, thers and sisters survive: Mary, quarterback and the fastest man Arta Larsen. E. B. Olesen, Edna Irene Beutler, Ilali Maughan. Lucile, Irene, Viesta, Ernest, in the backfield has just been Riverside Leland Pulsipher, Pedersen, Alfreda Olsen, John H. Orval, Melvin, Glenn and Virgil operated on for appendicitis, so Corine Whurston. Peterson, W. W. Perkins, J. W. of course will not be available. Hobbs, all of Benson. Summit school, Smithfield F Pulsipher, L. Calder Smith, NorFuneral services will be con- Howard Schaub has again made L. Allen, Hilda Anderson, Willis man Smith, Grace Starr, Frank Ephraim Lundberg of the ducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in the his yearly announcement that Lundberg Cleaners of Logan has Leah Hale, Mary E. D. Thatcher. E. M. Van Orden, Covey, cant take it. Paul taken a new partner in business. Benson L.D.S. chapel, with bur- his knee A small thing to look for; Kearns. Myrtle Larsen, Vernon Frances Vernon. H. M. Wadsial in Logan City cemetery, un- Blanton has had the oar ache He is Cliff Rogers, for several D. Law, Beatrice Thornley, Vioa big thing to findl worth. Heber Whiting, Glenn R. der direction of Lindquist & in both ears all summer. The two months past, manager of the Melba Plowman, Winn. let Peterson, Sons mortuary. largest Juniors on the squad cleaning department of the Ogden Gwendella Thornley, Ludella Jensen. Troy Laundry. Dies Omer Wahlstrom (Continued on Page Eigh' ) The name of the firm is to be Lewiston C. B. Stoddard, Syl-mWisconsin to Moving Eva son of changed and a handsome prize Omer Wahlstrom, 24, Jessop, Bentley, Thora is being given for the name selWilford D. Porter is In Logan Hawaiian Program Wheeler, Virginia Hanson, Mari- Mrs. Ada E. Wahlstrom of LoA Hawaiian Program will be ected out of those submitted by etta Nyman, Oralie Cragun, Ag- gan died this morning at the for a couple of days, having come is He nes Troseth, Bessie Wheeler, Mental hospital in Provo. ' take bis amily back presented by returned Hawaiian Interested parties. Mr.to Rogers pirtcitSI hr here him tho local Sadie Sorensen. evening a valuable addition to Madison, Wisconsin, Missionaries. with Sunday had been there several years. fmito 5. 0!t foL where Mr. Porter will attend Sept. 8th at 7:30 oclock in the firm as he is an expert In all Park school, Richmond G. G. Funeral will be held Sunday at itcutlv AS His pro school this winter. Merrill, Grant S. Bagley, Oral 4:30 in the Second ward. During the Hyrum 3rd ward chapel. Haw- lines of cleaning service, includCr summer months, Mr. Porter has aiian music and talks on the ori- ing cleaning of silks and ladies Ballam, Emma Fisher, Bernice mother was notified of the serHe makes a been in Washington. D.C. and gin. customs, foods, etc., will be fancy garments. King, Ethel Allen, Aleda Tingey, iousness this morning. She was 4 C TU 1 1 New York and reports having en- given. A cordial invitation is ex- specialty of glazing furs. Look Ardeila Merrill. preparing to go when another for announcement in this paper.' tended to general public. Clarkston Joseph P. Malm- - message gave notice of his death. joyed the vacation immensely. j In-- Imll-doi- e Pan Franrlsco UKOAi Butter acortng S3 was selling 27 rent today. 62 Me Ity ever w-- y TmZZm 19.U. TAX The Field in Cache Valley PROCESS Ihe y I --owls , Caspers Ice Cream Leads Let Me Have Im j In CAN 13 BUTTER MARKET V ;. Mr. Skull e s light-patron- I : . j aer-lotis- J I t micro-organism- ' Oen-ina- ; Wholesalers To Make Visit to Logan Monday j Holger M. Larsen Arrives From The 1 Field Mission j a calf-ropi- . , steer-ropincalf-rop- TEACHERS FOR CACHE SCHOOLS Kindergarten m Cas-per- Class Work To Begin Sept. COITY Fifty Football Players To Smut Control Expert Seeks New Program Arrive Monday ARE George Bought BLUE More Camera Consumes Miles of Film Producing Picture New Dresses GREY f j Sport- s- butitturnedto re Wools De-Es- ta Silks CAPITOL HobbsTChild Today and Saturday Specially Selected Of Benson Ward Died Wednesday er all-wo- ol two-thir- all-wo- For the Most Exquisite Dry Cleaning Expert Joins Taste Local Concern COME IN TODAY THATCHER ar Milady's Shop 127 N. Main !. 1 tnirn 1 ! .1 "'' Clothing Co.