|Paper||Rich County News|
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|Paper||Rich County News|
LOOKING BACK GARDEN Sheriff and Mrs. Sherman Lutz and grandson , Chuck were business visitors in Logan Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Calder taught school Monday, due to the illness of Mrs. Edna Barnsley. Claude Sprouse who has spent several weeks in Provo, and his son Stanley of Salt Lake city, were in town Tuesday. Mr. Dorothea Wicker is having some remod-lei- at done doing the w?rk. Keetch and children went to afternoon City Sunday k is one new welcomed home by a baby. sister. Lake Hun-sa- ker home. celebrate Ronnie's birthday anniverary. ng Miss Ruby Passey, a former Bear Lrke resident, left Monday with the Utah Singing Mothers to go to Europe to join with the group from Europe to sing in the various countries there fell, injuring her to the extent she will have to stay off her leg for several days. Walter Nelson spent three days in Salt Mrs. Nina Sorenson Salt nd took Miss Mr. and Mrs. nonnie Peterson came from Ogden to visit with their families and to little The to her b-c- Mrs. Floyd Kennedy has returned from the hospital with her -- nd Mrs. Alfred Mr. Saturday and Sunday. Mitchell Sims is her home. Logan on Friday to have the pins removed from his toes. He is recovering from recent surgery on his feet. He drove on to Honeyville and brought Gaylene Kunsaker home to spend 16, 1961 February to Wayne Keetch wenjs CITY NEWS knee at GREAT Warns ENGLISH LETTERS Paris Post February 16, 1961 Williams on Civil Defense. was sent Walter through the American Legion. Linda Sprouse and Allen Warns ley are home from school for the week end, with their parents, the LaWon. Sprouse and Milford Lake City MEN OF Camp obert Bums, the most famous of Scottish poets, was bom. January 25, 1759 to a poor Ayrshire tenant fanner. By 12, he was doing a mans work on the farm. His early verses which delighted the laity but angered the clergy were satires ley families. local ecclesiastical squabbles. When edition of his poems brought 900 pounds on LAKETOWN NEWS he bought a farm where 16, 1961 February Jean Armour. Bums was of his legendary stories. Robert Bums died in July, 1796 of a heart ailment. Scots all over the world , backs Seems than he hope no set longer keep him away. We will occur. to that he is the going farmers safety a d?y for more belt, in that chore boy to whom subtract the milk from the is thier top hnd they turn to away a some of the family have visited him several times, and report that he will be able to home Wednesday. still , celebrate his birthday. His famous Tam o' Shanter, The works include : Cotter's Saturday Night Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Jolly Beggars, and Poems, and fodder the cows while the owners catch up on out of town business nd other affairs. Don't know, but as we dairy stock, lot unless the cows have become kindly than years back, the hospital would come to be a much more welcome place than barn to bam cow milking. Yes, we done it and still carry hoof marks where bossy" separated us from the one legged milk stools to plantus milklessly in the see it, more gutter, 0 my! Jay Weston, son of Frank ?nd June, is at after several months absence working at one of the steel plants where lack of company prosperity caused numerous lb-- or friends of Jay's layoffs. A home and him is resting with brought the Westons. They're waiting for the return to work call and say "speeder up." ker The WANT ADS February 16, 1961 Salemen or Agents. Want to make $20 or more in a. day for part or full time route work. Man or woman. Write or call Gerrits. HELP WANTED . FOR SALE Good used llj. rack , oak stakes, $100. in Garden City, Utah. home co-wor- THE . ST. February 16, 1961 , " were Speakers at church services Sunday Brother and lister Hyrum Johnson. Diana Bunderson rendered a piano solo. Mrs. Norma A me 11 and Myrtle Puggmire motored to Salt Lake City Sunday afternoon to visit with Cleneth Arnell who is a patient at the L.D.S. hospital here. to Roger A me 11 and Linda, Minson returned their schooling with them. ft. stock Holiday Inn Pookcraft Line of L.D.S. Aiso "Versatile Pioneer," "Birthby Ezra Poulsen. ENTIRE Books. right, Sale Select, short term, first return! From 51,000 to mortgages, "'rite $7,5000. for free mortgage portFOR folio to: nughes CHARLES NEWS lived with his wife, frequent visitor to the White Horse Cellar Coach Inn in Edinburgh where he spent many an hour in front of the fire, enjoying some of the Inn's famed White Horse Scotch Whiskey while musing over Orval Thomas is holding down a bed at the Bear Lake County hospital where he was taken last week to outgrow a csse of flu and other down grading ailments. His mother, Mrs. Lucy Willis and other members return one Homes ration 2 YOUNG ME- N- Age If you men qualify: Pays-5salary. Pays Expense. on sales. 70 -- Pays-Sala- ry is Here 21-3- 5- sales position for Acceptance Corpoa better with ambition. per week base Pays-Libe- ral and expense ir bonus school education or equivalent. have high school education or equivalent. Yo- u- Must be bondable. Yo- u- Would You-M- ust be away from home Monday to Friday. employed oersons need apply. Only '