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Preparing For Baseball Season Bond Drive Starts TT7 In B. E. County Utahs drive to sell $2,316,000 in Series E, U. S. Savings bonds Independence Drive is on. C. wth a fanfare which attracted nationwide attention, Bingham became a key city in 1. natlonal with Utah s governor, Jopening, .Bracken and George Albert Smith, Lee, dent of the L. D. S. churchpresias the principal actors in the uni-qu- e setting of the Utah Pit of the Kennecott Copper Copper orporation at Bingham. With official ceremonies out of the way, according to Charles Smith, state chairman of the Utah Bond committee, a call has been issued for county chairman o set their sales organizations in motion so that each ocunty may attain its quota, and the state reach its goal at the earliest possible moment. Local bond sales have already begun, according to M.r Harold B. Felt, chairman of Box Elder county, and a determined push will be made to sell the $50,000 quota with a few weeks. - yTx. 'V"V, Ray Reese members of (left) And Roy Beane Junior Chamber of Commerce, hoist open at the Rees Pioneer game of the season to- doors to the refreshment stand park, in preparation for.the opening he night. Rotarians Hear Report Jer Divides On District Assembly Vkers Into Wayne Woodland, Rulon Baron, Clyde Stratford and Ed Ryan reported on, the Rotary district convention, at Pocatello, at the regular luncheon meeting of the local club Friday noon. The Pocatello conven of the tion was held the "The Responsibility preceding week-end- . To the Employee, pnployer Mil-t- r ,as discussed by Douglas Wayne Woodland toasted RuU. S. of the Employment lon Baron on his birthday an ervice at the meeting of the niversary, which occurs in (May. Ox Elder county Coordinating huncil of Health which was fid Monday morning. ilree Classes Former Brigham classified the migratory iorkers into three classes; the ontract workers are which rougftt to Box Elder county tough contracts and have ade-aat- e Miller health Man Dies In Cal. the conditions; L. E. 'Howard, 61, former Brig ham City resident and manager of the old cement plant for many years, died Saturday af ternoon at a hospital in San V Francisco, California." .Born June .28, JRRIV in he moved to Brigham City sevlose the transient worker only eral years later. Mr. Howard iorks long enongh to exist. moved to San Francisco 14 years Miller continued his .talk by ago. aying that Box Elder county He was a past grand patron far below par in their hous-iof Utah Eastern Star, with memfor workers and it is hoped bership in Corinne chapter. He at the need for 'housing can also belonged to Solano lodge e taught and accepted for bet-- No. 220, 'Free and Accepted Mahealth conditions which consons, Vallejo, Calif.; Golden st of sanitary Knights culinary wa-tr- , Gate Commandery, adequate garbage disposal Templar, and Islam temple, ad toilet facilities. The state San Francisco. He was a charter Colorado Is the model state member of Amity lodge No. 23, caring for workers, F. and A. M., Brigham City. Miller old the '' group. , Surviving are one sister, Mrs. It was reported that one case Winnifrcd Ryan, Brigham City; 1 spotted fever had been d a half sister, Mrs. Helen Sparks, from western Box Eider Ogden; a half brother, Roy ounty and that and two nieces, Ogden; county purses Storey, wd Dr. A. A, Jenkins from the Mrs. Winnifrcd Beane, Brigham late Board of Health had giv City; and Mrs. Helen Mitchell a spotted fever serum and of Washington, D. C, rther ' Also immunizations. The Solano lodge conducted at this meeting was one the Masonic rites of the intertiye case of T. B. The ipdivi-a- l ment of the ashes at Mt. Olivat, had attended several San Francisco, California. from Honeyville Washakie. . Mrs. Agnes Sterl-aDies stated the unit would in Brigham Peach City Days ln workers who are workers who follow wps and are conscious of their Wundings and the third wor 1b is the transient worker. !tis type ?f worker. stalcdMil-- . k is a ha, ard ,toJ heafinfce ugratory s n 1 " d 0 Kyoshi Ishii g ose antact oned who came in with the above individual should wantage of this "is time or even , mceting Luella president. free Are Asked For Sealed bids for the construction of a IVs inch natural rock asphalt road through Brigham Citys main street are today being advertised for by the Utah state road commission, according to a notice to contractors from the Utah state road commission, according to a notice to contractors from the commission. The road to be paved will be from Third south to Sixth north on Main street. Total length of this road is 1.236 miles. To complete the project approximately 3000 tons of natural rock asphalt and 4400 gallons of bituminous material will be needed. Preparatory work for the resurfacing of Main street was done last fall when the state road commission ground the top surface from the road. The "notice to contractors directed bidders attention to the g special provisions covering com assigning j?r, tract which included ' the payof at least $1.85 per hour ment for skilled labor, $1,425 for intermediate labor and $1,325 for unskilled labor. Plans of the construction are on file in the office of the state road commission in Ogden. They may be inspected there by prospective bidders. . :or Construction Support To Clubs t At Indian School i Social Security Agent Plans Brigham Visit representative of the Ogden social security office, Charles W. Feldhauscr, will be in Brigham A For Summer Vacation As a part of a re- $3,750,000 program of Bushnell hospital to the Intermountain Indian school, the Olsen Construction Company of Salt Lake City, offered what appeared to be the best bid. The firm offered to build two school buildings and three apartment buildings at' the modeling . school here for $963,550. The company would build the two school buildings alone for $551,-600 and the apartment structures for two-stor- - J 12-un- $473,-55- Other buildings to be constructed at the school Include a A new gymnasium and an audi- sPgjy-?- . I' George Hodges . . . veteran of World War One, was named commander of the Brigham City American Legion post last Thursday evening. torium. During the past five months about 500 students have been at the school. Dr. George A. Boyce, superintendent, plans on having 1500 students at the school at the v.. & ' yv beginning of the next school year, and 2000 by the completion . ... And Dean Jrn Christiansen Darrell Hirschi J. school year. of the 1950-5and While the apartment as Darrell hauls in another striped perch at the pond school buildings will be the first Rees Pioneer park last Saturday afternoon. There at at the major constructions be more will of this after next Friday when , school epds the former school, hospital When the picture was taken Darrell bad , transformed! summer. the for buildings have been to school buildings and dormi- - six fish and Dean only five but Dean had a bite, torics at the rate of one a week for the past several months. ' . ' 4 1 ... Legion Post 10 Elects George Hodges As Head of George Hodges, veteran World War One, . was elected commander of American Legion post 10, Brigham City, last Thursan election day evening at meeting at the War Memorial home. Other officers elected include Herb Adamson, first vice-cormander; Lester Lowe, second Howard Sim cox, sergeant at arms; Victor Bott adjutant, and Leon Tag gart, chaplain. Outgoing commander is Jim City on Thursday, May 18, 1950. He can be contacted at the Employment Security office from 2:30 to 4:00 p. m. reFederal social security ports filed by Brigham City employers during 1949 have shown over considerable improvement previous years, according to a statement made by Feldhauser. The omission of either the correct name or social security number is the most common error found on employers reports, ; Powr HerrXd'amson was first however Feldhauscr pointed out, vice commander last year; Lynn This has now been corrected by Jensen, second all but a few employers. Jay Hanseh, adjutant; John Pap Reports by employers provide cyk, Sergeant and Em the basic wage information used esl Hansen; chaplain. , by the Social Security administof all for tration the settlement n C. OF C. MEMBERSHIP MEETING Benefit Party Is PLANNED TOMORROW EVENING Saturday At 1:30 The correct time for the luncheon, Saturday afternoon, May 20 at the Indian school is 1:30 oclock. This benefit is being sponsored by the Womens as sociation of the Community church and tickets may be ob tained at the Brigham Floral and Gift shop or by calling Mrs. , W. B. Howes at Local merchants have been very gracious in contributing door prizes for the patty, Mrs. A beautiful Howes .reports. planted terrarlan will- be award- - Democrats Name dessert- , -bridge Inter-mountai- Candidates For 2 Discussion On From,. s ! Corporation Will Highlight Event complete airing of Fram Corporations activities ln brig-haCity will be the feature of a Chamber of Commerce mem' tomorrow meeting bership night, Thursday, May 18, begin-- , ning at 8 o'clock, at the Commercial club rooms, according A m Yr. Commissioner 923-J- sub-letjin- t-arms Meet Planned . 24 USAC Students taurena N. Olsen New-hous- From Brigham To Called By Death Graduate May 28 Tues. Morning e three-month- Dance Recital Poppy Sales Will Planned May 25 Start On May 25 Ogden Sunday take at before. was conducted 1 nancif A direct men Main Street Practicin' Bids Received in Brigham City last Saturday to D. M. (Mace) Mason, Secretary-afternoon elected Wallace Wilde manager. i and Howard Glen to run for two "Every question asked about I - the ware-- , year commissioner on the pri FramJi.-,acUvt- l, hofwe mary -- elcction-b! be constructed ' Eliminated was Fred W. Doug for them and ; fheir ' proposed during the afternoon. retirement and survivorship The event also has been' plan- - las of Brigham City, construction of a factory here, claims. Failure by the employned as a farewell for the teach- With two men allowed on the will toe answered to the best of er to report required informaers and employees at the In- primary ballot for each post, It our ability,1 " Mason said. t tion, even whore small amounts riiem-bers- , termountain Indian school who was necessary, for the delegates of honor Held in new' are involved, may result in loss corn will be leaving during the fol-- 1 to vote only for two the meeting climaxes the In of benefits to the workers. lowing week for summer vaca- missioner. recent membership drive .conreaddition errors of this type Others whose names will be ducted toy the organization, tions, Mrs. Howes said. sult in increased costs of on the primary ballot are: Developing the theme TeamGeorge N. Green, superinten- of the social se- work in Rehabilitation," officials Four-Yea- r Commissioner dent of schools' in Pocatello, curity program. Edward D. Ward, incumbent, Idaho, who was originally" slaand delegates from five western states and Washington D. C. will Brigham City. ted to appear at the meeting, e W. White Completes meet May 22, 23, 24 at the George H. Davis, Garland. was called to Washington - this Two-Yea- r Commissioner Lake City, to Salt Hotel; he week. He notified. MasonNaval Recruit Training discuss and demonstrate modern Howard Glen, Tremonton. would be unable to be here. Willard A. White, seamon re-- ' procedure in vocational rehabiliWallace Wilde Perry. "Though Chamber of Comcruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. tation. Stale Legislature, Dist One merce meetings have a' reputa-- . Glenn V. White of 144 north It is calculated that Utah has LeRoy D. White, Perry. tion of being lengthy, this one Third west, Brigham City, re 4,100 disabled citizens who are State Legislature. Dist. Two will not be so long it becomes Twenty-fou- r Owen Brough, Tremonton. cently completed recruit train in need of vocational rehabilita students from 1 tiresome, (Mason said, , ing at the naval training cen- tion. Last year, Utah's division of Brigham City will toe among the ... Assessor discusTram the Following ter, San Diego, Calif. vocational rehabilitation, Depart 1200 men and women who will Fted L. Petersen, Brigham sion, . wfiich Will be under the Laurena Neilsen Jensen, OlWhite, a former student of ment of Public Instruction, re receive bachelor of science de City. direction; of Vosco Call, f resisen, 78, died at 'her home in Box Elder high school, entered habilitated 333 clients and gave grees from Utah State Agricul County Surveyor dent of the Chamber, a lunchBrigham City, 593 jxmth Second the naval service February 1, service to 1,038 others. The aver- tural college this spring. This is W. H. Griffiths, incumbent, eon will toe served. take-homcast, Tuesday, May 16, follow-" 1950, at Salt Lake City. pay 50 percent larger than last years Brigham City, age weekly illness. ing a from $6.44 before re- class, which at that time broke Clerk jumped She was born August 28, 1871, habilitation to $41.20 after re- all records. Robert Nielsen, Brigham City. at Shelland, Denmark, the Also nearly 150 students will Sheriff ceiving this service, which placed them in suitable employment. receive masters degrees, and Warren daughter of Jens Chistian and Hyde, ' Incumbent, i Hannah Sorensen Neilsen. There are six times as many for the first time' in history the Brigham City, r At the age of 12 yeafs she disabled civilians as there are college will grant doctor of County Attorney came to the United States with disabled veterans, according to philosophy degrees to .two young Omer J. Call, Brigham City her parents who were converts In federal estimate. men. They are Walter Gardner, A dance recital will be given to the L. D. S. church. They Federal funds from the Feder- Logan,, and Than Myint, a Bur Thursday, Friday and Satursettled at Mantua where she by the Studio of Fine Arts, un- al Security agency are made mese student. The total numday, May 25, 26 and 27, wak set der the direction of Jerrilyn available for paying the admineducation. aside as Poppy Days in Brigham ber of graduates will approach Kyoshi Ishii, 49, of Honey received her M. Jensen, Black, instructor. May 25, at the istrative costs and one-hal- f Lars married She in a proclamation issued at the 14, City died May 1400. Sunday, ville, costs of case services to the today toy (Mayor (Lorenzo J. Bott. the Dee hospital, Ogden, fol- October 17, 1887, in the Logan Fifth ward recreation hall. Benson of the Taft Elder Ezra The program has a variety of states. Utah citizens over 16 L. D. S. temple. The proclamation urges all citThey lived in lowing an illness of one month. colorful costumes and years of age and with a perman L.D.S. Council of the Twelve will izens to observe the days, by Born in Japan, May 5, 1901, Mantua for several years, later dances in sermon give the baccalaureate features Brigham City dancers. ent vocational handicap may be on poppies in honor.- - , of wearing the son of Y. Ishii, he was rear- moving to southern Idaho. Mr. Dr. 28. George May Sunday, rewere Performances will at while for died rehabilitation He this who Jensen those they begin gave their lives in eligible ed and educated in Japan. Duke Humphery, president of The service. wars. two the world came to the United States in siding at Downey, Idaho, after 8 oclock in the evening. 1 ad-will Wyoming university, t the dinner-meetinof the will toe distribuprogram will appear The .poppies 1920. He first moved to Los which she returned to Mantua. entire dress the graduates in exercises Brigham City 20-3- 0 club Mon-a- t ted on the streets Phone your news to 1000 She married John C. Olsen, next week. beginning di-- 1 will receive which Angeles. He came to .Utah four they at the Howard clay evening 6, 1933 in Brigham City. contlnuihg ' Thursday on June 2. years ago and since that time Octobermoved plomas made to were hold cafe, Mrs. Oscar Hunsaker Selected plans President to Brigham City arid Saturday by They has farmed in Honeyville. Brigham City graduates are: a ladies night, Saturday, May through' Friday since. Mr. of the V. F. W. volunteer workers He married Nobuko Sakuda, where she has resided M. 27. Of Daniel Womens' Professional Marcus Club Ell Lee, Business, according to Verl Peterson, and American Legion AuxiliarOlsen died February 21, 1946, Los in 1935 Angeles, 22, LarHoward Swen August Wheatley, ' president An actiye member of the L, , ies. California. Chosen to guide the destinies man of the Utah B. & P. W. sen, Ross Emerson Koford, To be held at the Intermoun-Blyth- e D. S. church, she was a mem-be- r of of wife remember the brave "We his include Business and Professional clubs Rheumatic Fever project. Survivors the Goldie P. Evans Tingey, school Indian tain employees of the Sixth ward Relief so Womens club made by our veterans. Norma Jensen, incumbent of Owen, (Mary Lou Olsen, Lola throughout the Honeyville; one son, Jimmy, hail, the evening will be de You at the time of her death. coming term was ciety Portland, over will offey a living tribute turn his Oscar Mrs. may her father, fleer, Jean Nielson, Irene Freeman, voted to a dinner, program and Honeyville; Survivors include the follow- Hunsaker at the election meet- to Mrs. Hunsaker Junegavel sisto them by purchasing a V. F. 19. Other Dell Stewart Nichols, Wanda B. Oregon; and a mother and dancing. Eugene Jensen, ing held at .the War Memorial members who will step out of W. and American Legion poppy. ing children: ter in Japan & nominating committee, con Freeman, Nell Lovell Barlow, Mrs. Beatrice used to bring reofficial duties at that time will James 'Earl Faulkner, Darel home Monday night. Services were held Tuesday Van Nuys, Calif.; of Ike Lowe, Dewayne Donations are Ida.; Lloyd Preston, Hon1950-51- , JSwainston, in lief to church be: vice disabled, Hannah The for in the Japanese national program Hillam, pres val Johnson, David Odell An- Jacobson, Russ Fish-burnneedy veterDeb Portland, Oregon; Orion to the survivors of reans or which will be carried out ident; Mrs. Effie Adams, Stewart Keith ey ville at two oclock in the Jensen, Preston, Idaho; Mrs. Jeppson, Hadfield and Verl Peterson, was dersen, 5 Jensen, veterans, stated Lei and afternoon. locally, has for its theme, "Mea- cording secretary; Hazel Neil-so- Nile Alma Sorenson, James D. I selected to make arrangements lone Christiansen, Downey, Ida sure Up, a Call to and , Edna destined Nelson, Phyllis corresponding secretary plan Gerald (L. IKotter, Jed for the forthcoming ho; Carl Jensen, Salt Lake City; point up the individual mem- (resigned); and Mrs. Victor J. Osmond, of the, two chairmen Nelson, Visit J. Will Berneda Richardson, Club Reeder, Peterson said. Movie Mrs. Mildred Lilly, Provo; Mrs. bers role as a veteran ' organizations . . poppy personality in Bott, treasurer. Succeeding them Entertaining the group was drives. Fern Larsen, Moscow, Ida., and the community, on the job and are: Mrs. William B. Howes; J. Wayne Whitworth, Ben F. Unit Thursday , . Lee. Zundell Orvid .William and Darrell Ogden Gol Salt Lake Siggard, singing Mrs. Elna Duchler, Mrs. Erwin Lucille in club federation. and Hansen, the surfrom Six towns students I den Got 28 Days and 41 Plenty of ' As usual, I checked the phone grandchildren; The Box Elder Movie club re City; and Mrs. Sid Hess. The prominent club woman, Jones, rounding Brigham City are also Nothing, and one accompanied by his book, he said, and there it : nomcently accepted an invitationto The evenings entertainment included among the 1950 grad-uate- sister, Wilma Siggard. who was presented by the was. Henry Thornburg, I didnt brother, Ferdinand Nelson, Man from the Ogden Movie club committee consisting of was provided are as follows: . by Mrs. Effie inating They think there could be j two of tua. Thursday, their meeting, attend Arthur Linford, Mrs. Ella Adams, a member of the radio CliHord R. Hansen, Clair C. Funeral services will be held Mrs. them, so 1 got ln my car fftnd His Brother Finds Sister May 18, at the Power and Light in and Hannah Hanson Hillam, committee, who presented Hailing, and Ross J. Hensen of drive out without calling first Friday, May 19, in the Sixth auditorium in Ogden. popular verse form a skit featuring the Mantua, and Bonnie L, Pugsley, After Untiring Hunt . 2 oclock In the swept into office by She answered the door, hut at ward former and chapel Ail of the present vote. regular weekly radio program .Kettna Kunzler, and Lynn Fer-reRichard MINNEAPOLIS Edward she with didnt recognize me at first. (UP) afternoon Bishop City members of the Brigham B. P. W. club the James of Park Valley. Her eligibility is determined given by D. Monds, Anchorage, Then I said Sis, and she threw Alaska, unit are invited to attend. All Hansen officiating. members. were Participating lost track of his sister, Mrs. Hen- her arms around my neck, and Friends may call at the fam toy the position she holds as interested are to meet in front of the Utah LaPreal Wight and Patty To Last Made womans chairman 7 home evening at ry Thursday Thornburg, about 21 years just couldnt say anything. abernacle ily of the stake MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) W. H. ago. . When his sister recovered lier Friday prior to services. In State Fair, and as a member of oclock in the evening next and Refreshments were served by Trull says his mother uses a Monds came to Minneapolis composure, Monds learned, for terment will be in the Mantua the board of directors of that Thursday. Mrs. Hunsaker Mrs. Anna Jensen, Mrs. Lucille sewing machine bought in 1897 recently and looked through the the first time that he had been organization. cemetery. Transportation will be pro is also known throughout the O.' MaCFarlane and Lenort for $25. The machine has never phone directory for her name not reported killed in an automobile do vided for those who - state In her capacity as chair it was a habit to do this. accident five years ago, new to 1000 Phone required repairs. your cars. have - g Bids For Paving Legion Commander Of C. Pledges Tite support of the Box Elder was Chamber of Commerce pledged to the Associated Clubs of Northern Utah, at a meeting' of the organization in Brigham, City last Saturday by W. Vosco Call, president. , With discussion centering around methods of reestablishing the prestige and power of the organization. Call and D. M. (Mace) Mason, secretary-manage- r of the Chamber, indicated they felt a better selling job and proper coordination of activities are necessary for the associated clubs. It was pointed out that prior to the war the organization performed the job of convincing state and U. S. officials of the importance of Utah north of Salt Lake City, by H. Ray Pond, of Richmond Lions, said. It must go on," he continued. , Members of the association were of the opinion that new members of the group feel that the organization is just a name. Representing the Brigham City clubs besides Call and Mason was John Howard, former president of the Box Elder Chamber of Commerce. 10 PAGES.- - BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1950 VOLUME 55, NUMBER 20 MacFarlane, I Auxiliary g d ttes 4 Awards V a'vard assembly' of and' the hish school senior di- sday, May 16, Mrs. Neson In representing ju . mencan Legion auxiliary, f whlch she is presi- 'iudenS.nted SCVeral awards sinn sat-rific- award was given to Vftf,,1'aney for first place in 200P"-PaStcontest and ef Was siven Dixie Wi SeCnd place ln 'st contest. . f' and ?250 were ssays on Amer-'(ttls, ese were won by Won Rigby first and Dixie second place. Rewarded (eSS Kan- Sma11 (UP) Store-Wnattown Iust ence After being in MM. a set of four-iso-,- .. ners was sold to a Wa Jariner- - There hadnt the TV,0US calI ln 35 years horsneV which enable l puI a tarm im Went. Z iT L Or-sisti- d - s. n Hun-sake- r. , !