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1 7 She'll Be PAGE TWO NEWS BOX ELDER Brigham City, Utah Wednesday, January 4, A Heavy Milk Producer Soon Successful Herd ;0f Guernseys Started In 1932 .The first half of I i f the twentieth century or at least since 1932 has been good to Willard M. Yates, dairy farmer of Harper ward. Gut as is invariably the case in any endeavor, success was accomplished through per slstent and long hours of work; through frugal living when there wasnt a chicken in every pot, and through careful planning for the future. heifers in five . Purchasing 1932 with 75 of his last 80 doWillard lls rs, newly-marriestarted building a pure-breGuernsey herd that now numbers 99 and which recently brought him the honor of being elected to the American Guernsey Cattle club. Before starting in the daily business, Mr. Yates spent two years at the Utah State Agricultural college in iLogarl. And from college he went to the England mission field to serve the Church Willard M. Yates And Three Oldest Daughters of Jesus Christ of Latter-da. . . examine one of their many pure-bre- d Saints for two years. Guernsey calves they have on their farm. The While laboring in England three daughters, from left to right, Carol Ann, Genevieve, and Yvonne, all get up early Jie came in contact with an each morning and help out with the milking. English family who requested him to get in touch with memAll Pure-Bre- d Guernseys bers of their family In Ogden, upon completion of his mission. Fulfilling his promise to visit the Ogden people proved to be a foirtunate move for Willard for in November 1932 he married Ann Liptort, one of the girls In the family. When they were married the new Mrs. Yates, who had been raised in Ogden, knew little about the farming business but was interested and eager to help Willard make a success of it. With the five cows they bought when married besides two they already had- they sold ibutterfat from them at the price of 19 cents a pound. This, their only source of cash Income, brought in about $4.00 every week. The old maxim behind every is successful man is a woman doubly true in the case of Willard. Mrs. Yates was not only a source of Inspiration but she has helped with the milking, hay hauling, plowing, and many other farm jobs and chores. Willard M. Yates Looks Part Of His Cattle Over Mr. and Mrs. Yates have a in his at farm Harper ward. Starting with five head of Guernseys in 1932 Willard family of six girls, Carol Ann, 16; Genevieve, 14; Yvonne, 11; now has a herd of 99 head that recently brought him the honor of being elected to the and, Judea, Angellie and Irene. American Guernsey Cattle Club. three oldest girls help with 3 The the milking. I ' fWhen asked If the girls mlrtd-e- d "A doing the milking along with other chores he answered- No, and I would much prefer to have the girls do the milking than boys. They are more dependable. Carol Ann and Genevieve attend Box Elder high school. Before attending school they arise early and attend to the chores and milking. According to a letter received from the American Guernsey Cattle club, it is an organization of more than 50,000 breeders of pure-breGuernseys. The original home of this breed of cattle is the island of Guernsey in the English Channel. Buies governing the election of new members are rigid. Mr. Yates 99 head of Guernsey cattle are all registered or eligible for regictration. Last year with 49 head of ii STOREWIIBE YEAR END 1950 Weve slashed all our lovely suits, coats, - dresses and so that we can say SO lingerie to rock bottom . . LONG to our winter stocks! Come early . . . get your pick of the choicest! BETTER MESSES COATS and SUQT1 1 Group, up to $3500 1 Group, up to $19.95 $12.95 1 Group, up to $17.95 $8.95 1 Group, up to $14.95 $4.95 $18.95 1 Group, up to $79.95 1 Group, up to $55.00 d d y - ... Munsingwear brushed rayon Munsingwear brushed rayon . t; $10.95 reg. $2250 satin lounging pajama, : ; j ...... $JjB.95 reg. $19.95 6 hostess robes, up to $24.95 clearance year-en- d MASSDES ti ? Broken sizes, reg.b NO REFUNDS .J : to $3.50 $2.95 $1.00 MILADY SHOE PLEASE $1(j.95 - 49c Slips, crepes, taffetas, lace trim, reg. $5.95 t $29.95 -- quilted robe, reg. $35 $19.95 6 sets lounging pa jamas, $2.95 pajamas, reg. $5.95 Munsingwear rayon brief panties, reg. 89c $49.95 1 1 $2.95 gowns, reg. $5.95 Sale Starts 9:30 WED. A. M. PLEASE t NO EXCHANGES r - THE d OUR SHOWROOM On Display January 7th Just wait till you see the big, beautiful, x r , V brand-ne- w Chevrolet for 1950! What a car it is and what a thrill you'll get the moment you lay eyes on it. For this newest Chevrolet has everything plus! Its a honey, inside and out, and it drives like a dream. So put a big circle around that date on your calendar. Remember, thats the day youll want, to d look at the new value visit our showroom for a first-han- leader Chevrolet for 1950. milking cows his hewHiad an average production of 310 pounds of fat per cow. He tells that at this time that was not production but that in his herd he had 12 head of first record-breakin- calf heifers, and about one-hal- f of the balance were second calf heifers. Mr. Yates has also been a loyal supporter of the Dairy Herd association and Improvement has been a member for several years. -- 4 1 8 North Main Street Phone 21 V" - WED RATHER GIVE - WED, THOR, FRI, SAT. 4 DAYS ONLY LIGHT FIXTURES from A delightful social party of the holiday season was a nohost dinner party held last week at the home of Mrs. Lowell Packer, attended by members of her club and three guests. A hot, three course dinner was served at one long table gaily decorated in keeping with the yule season, following which the group assembled around the Christmas tree and . exchanged gifts. Club members attending the party were: Mrs. Herman Had-fielMrs. Lee Anderson, Mrs. Frank Forsgren, Mrs. Max Bott, Mrs. Ray Korth, Mrs. Reeve Brown, Mrs. Mack Young, Mrs! Lowell Packer and the three guests. Mrs. Don Johnson, Mrs. Grant Kimber and Mrs. May Redelings. d, Regular meeting of the Ladles Aid of the Community Presby terian church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 oclock at the home of Mrs. Roy Campion, 155 South First East. Visitors are welcome to the TWO-WA- Y $100, now only $2750 $1.50 $1 ONE ONLY USED ELECTRIC RANGE $35 , Some lucky fanner will get. this $95 electric water heater for his cow barn or milk house, and quit hauling hot water out from the kitchen stove. 40 gal. capacity. This sale, only : . , $37.50 $65.00 CLOSEOUT VACUUM CLEANER DEAL! APARTMENT Elec WASHER Vacuum cleaner with all attachments, electric floor polisher, and electric floor scrubber. All brand the new, and all for about one-ha- lf price of the vacuum $36.50 $54.95 ONE ONLY USED ELECTRIC RANGE $45.00 PLAYERS SO95 Play em all 45 RPM, 33 13 RPM or the regular old 78 RPM records, all on one record player, and at this low price. Heres the record player buy! RECORDS ham, wHh the neighbors. A ctWnplete, little telephone system. Not a toy. Used in many homes and places of business. Complete set regularly self-contain- Porch light fixtures, wall or ceiling, each 100 ft. No. 14 house wire RECORD M Talk upstairs to downstairs, house to uo to the finest, all dmsticollv reduced. While voure sitting around this wnter, improve and beautify your home by installing new light fix tures. to' INTER-CO- Communications System , 0S..SO $10 EM AWAY THESE PRICES ARE DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR TABLE MODEL RADIOS Club Members Enjoy Christmas Party Held At Lowell Packer Home meeting. EM THAN COUNT, EM g Ladies Aid Will Meet Thursday Afternoon 1 COME GET ONE ONLY! Schwinn "Ace" Girl's BICYCLE Fine quality bicycle, weve only one and were drastically reducing it to close it out. Regular $5? value, this week only until it goes its just- -. 'Z&teGXi.V' 10 for 329 '