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leaches Take Second Try At Ovening Season It 1 'comes to an end verv nnipHu jjjtrist Decries For Love ca he feS- - S A BRIGHAM CITY DUMPS MAGNA; But, she said, if you marry a man who is a good father, at least you will have a child. man a and marry Even if you don't McConnell Will u 1 rood father.assistant really like man the to begin Papara, with, you will Be On The Mound Dora the 2,500-begrow nearer to him and a practical affection will develop " For Locals jSfmental hospital Dr. Papara believes. "the child The Brigham The psychiatrist is on a Peaches, year's fresh from their City 'tfll'a continuation of the leave of absence to do 4 to 3 victory graduate childhood, study at the University of over Magna, last Sunday evetales of cur ning, will meet the American which Pennsylvania. is something it ;J Forkers in Rees Pioneer next Wednesday night at park 8:15 p. m. 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Page-decid- , ed ' Junior Baseball Rosters Released 1 e f Tremonton9-- The rosters for the Junior baseball teams have been released for the 1950 Junior baseball circuit which opens play on Tues, day evening, June 6, If the boys have any questions they would like to ask about their respective - teams Pitch Marlowe. they are to get in touch with the following men: t Yates Jay hurled the win for ReeLions club team Gordon the locals and it was the last Don ves, Kiwanis club team ' Inning before his mates came Chase, club team Dick to hand him the win. through The top half of the ninth found Larsen, and Rotary club team Lester Dredge or Jay Matthews the Peaches ramming across at Perry. , 1 three runs to spell victory in their first game of the season. Kiwanis R. Sackett, K. Orchard,1 J. PeAmerican Fork is doped to be ters, V. Humphreys, G. Jensen, the strong team In the league, D. Ward, J. A. Peters, Alan Han-linbut. Helper didnt read the noDallas Burt, Earl Nielsen, tices in the papers and knocked B. Carr, Ronny Millett, C. R. them over by a 5 to 4 margin Munns, Jay Smith, Garth Baird, R. Miller, J. last Sunday. American Fork will Reese - Whitaker, toe on the Tebound this game Smith. and the locals will be in for a Lions R. Olsen K. Pierce, R. Year tough evening if they expect to sley, D. Watkins, J. Reese, E. keep a clean slate. Saunders, E. Olsen, D. RasmusThe probable starting line-u- p sen, D. Turley, J. Hanline, R, will be Steck catching, McCon- Smith, Paul Hunsaker, Dan Jen-senell pitching, and the infield of Rex Williams, J. Meservy, Clark Johnson at first, Bill Cow- Bob Rasmussen, R. Waters, Joe ley at second, Lyle Johnson at Goldsbery, Lewis Ruddell, D. short and Jimmy Cleverly on Gordon, Lee Boothe, W. Hunsathe hot corner. In the outfield ker, B. Morrison, H. Anderson, it will be Gibbs in left, Culli-mor- N. Christiansen. in center and Nichols in Rotary right for the Peaches. Ralph Dalton, Boyd Hirsdhi, The game is under the spon- Lawrence Wright, Grant Young, G. Richards, L. Facer, Alan ' sorship of the Brigham City Eddie Earl Wells, Baddley, Junior Chamber of Commerce. Val Tickets will be available at the Kunzler, Norman Burden, BurG. Wells, Phillip gate. If you havent purchased Woodland, Richard White, Keith your season ticket yet, you may den, OTlin Wood, Phillip Oy-ledo so at the gate. In the mean, Braegger. Gary time, purchase a season ticket . Lum-bee r the by contacting R. Hadfield, D. Packer, J. company, Chases Firestone R. Pett, D. Christoffersen, store or Smiths Market L. Andersen, Leon Vail, - Vern Wells LaRue Nelson, Richard Lovers Leap May, Dale Poulson, M. Watkins, BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (UP) C. Watkins, Dallas Burt, ' Darel Police found a car that had Poulson, R. 'Baty, Ray Beecher, cliff and Cordell Nelson,. Roland Holman, plunged from a sunk In the Kalamazoo River. David (Malmrose, Tom Ishida, They traced the license plate to Lavon Davis. Mrs. Pearl Whipple, 38, who admitted that Claude Heiton, 32, PETERSBURG, Alaska (UP) drove the car over the cliff af- There Is no "rainy season" In ter both had 'leaped from the Petersburg. The average rain vehicle. She said they had had fall fs 126 inShesperyar, con I only meant a quarrel. to trasted to New York .Citys 42.87. scare her, Helton said. 1 r, ' 20-3- 0 Tri-Stat- 20-fo- rr "V' PAGE BOX ELDER NEWS ' Brigham City, Utah 24, May Wednesday, dozer rammed into a wall of a,i dam, breaking it and letting all ; the water out Decatur citizens hurried out s and helped themselves to of pounds of fish from lake and. tossed the a big public fish fry. In appreciation for the free meal, residents are going, to help Thornton rebuild the dam. am m a for THURSDAY MAY 25 well-stocke- d REFRIGERATOR THE SPACE OF A Schedule Told m. BUY NOW FOR GIFTS GIFTS FOR FATHER set of ducks in pin-u- p Mallards, .Dow Dad hunt ducks? Hell love these. Reg. $5 J2J j tywhere. Buy now for Fathers Day. gift boxfed wullyFriday, Saturday only i? 52.98 T .Si total! ?n less 1 ,ot 6f kfctherette picture frames and folders, for your 35c than V price, as low as to HALF PRICE Wallets, Reg. $2 to $3, reduced gue. will play Honeyvllle River City, Howell will Crystal Springs, Fielding visit Tremonton, Corinne the Corinne Mexicans asi Garland will battle INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Bear play will will and Bpth-wel- Refrigerators Only 25 in. wide and 28 V in. deep . , . yet has 7.6 cubic-focapacity, with lots of ot l. tail-bottl- The rest of the schedule will be announced at 6 later date. space and e Stake Softball shelves, too, A matchless value. See the Complete New Line A size for every family, with Femineered Features that make these refrigerators easier for women to use . . . and "Tight Wad refrigerating unit that helps save electric bills. Warranty attached to every Opens Thursday The schedule for the South stake senior softball league battles Thursday evening, May 25, were announced today: Afc 6:30 oclock the Indian school will play the Sixth ward; at 7:30 it will be Perry vs. First ward; 8:30, Mantua vs. Second ward, and at 9:30, Willard vs. Fifth ward. , -- model. FOR BIGGER VALUES, SEE US TODAY. SHADOWLINI Uoking, taiW Br , The expansion of British trade was shown by the increase of 50 percent in the attendance of tjjq British Industries, Fair held in London and Birmingham rail from, May 8 to 19, British ' " Ways reports. IT'S STYLE to dm - Y THE AT BLOW-OU- T ip REMINDER! m & sudi as I 1 , 4 p Aw ? 1. if CARDS AND STATIONERY Big lot of stationery at just ex price. Come in, actly one-hasee for yourself. Buy a supply for your own use, for gifts. See this assortment on Blow-Oday, but come early because its ........ PRICE only Cards for all occasions, odds and ends, Get Well, Birthday, Sympathy, Ap predation, etc., full .assortment. Get a supply for future use. Were blowing them out for only A v . L lf - ut r,: L SPRING U U ' G G m. 1 $198 t n ? . J a G CLOSE OUT ON TWO FINE GROUPS OF -- LdJGGAdalE E Stemware Beau Revier, was $1.25 each, special 6 for $4.50 Caprice stemware, was $1.50 each, special now 6 for $6.00 For those disappointed at our other sale. Bonev China cups and saucers, beautifully decorated, special at, per set - A G 12 PRICE i A- G G A Glassware, Barth Art, big new assortment of beautiful glass and art objects. Three days only, buy one piece at regular price, get a second at BIG ASSORTMENT t, Phone 300 27 North Main COME TO THE BIG 4 OF GLASSWARE at just 1 Brigham Truck. (Umplement Go. -- r Room shelf-clearanc- e! aplenty for a watermelon, a big turkey, all kinds of bulky articles ... yet takes less space in your kitchen than a 4 cu. ft. refrigerator of a few years ago. Adjustable E . Tan tweed set, with stripe, leather trim, fittings. What a gift, what a bargain! - Handsome . Stratoway luggage with all the high quality features, tweed with- leather - trim, - and Prices! . look at these Blow-O$10.95 Overnight Bagi now only $14.95 Hat Box, reduced to $19.95 worth more than .1 L. $24.95 Fortnighter, reduced to ; ; ALL PRICES INCLUDE TAX - Make-U- p ut : Two-Suite- r, ' ' , Case Overnight Bag Week-En- d Bag Pullman Case ; good-looki- ...I : - - ng 4 $12.95 $12.95 $13.95 $18.95 t Other say plus tax, but these prices include . the federal excise tax." i eh 5 silver maw pljees set , Indian J.welry, genuine solid Mexican stones. Pins, beautiful and fashionable smart ; bracelets, U rings, . now only for. Novelty salt & pepper shakers 25c Plastic figurines, unfinished, valuOthers at Vi price, as low as....50c Make painting and glazing. and (Good Gift Remembrances) gifts, able art pieces for home : 69c Banks Piggy cost, plus of regular at a fraction s, ornaments, Novelty fun. re HALF PRICE your time and talent. They . NO. 0. : 4l ONI OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW Farm Bureau baseball battles lined up for Saturday, May 27, were today announced by officials of the Box Elder lea- IBMSTSMWSti NO. DD Bureau Baseball SPRING SPRING 1 hun-dred- NOT ONE, BUT FIVE BIG GROUPS OF SPECIALS f FIFTEEN BIG 7.6 CO. Ftf. A Bil-ling- s, SPRING later. John "John," he said, "I think you (UP) he can have his wore my shoes home the other bourbon now when he wants night." Page sighed with relief and It. , Page went on the wagon after poured himself a drink, 6 his feet seemed to swell one day. He checked back to the Broken Dam Gives Town it In the first round of Farm night before and decided Bureau baseball action the Co must have been caused by the Bountiful Fish Meal DECATUR, Miss. (UP) While rinne nine found the number of bourbon he had while he and Tremonton and tipped them 9 his wife chatted at another enlarging a dam around a prl to 7 in Corinne last Sunday af couples house. It was an in vate lake on the farm of Hin1 formal evening and the two ton Thornton near here, a bull- temoon. With C. Anderson on the mound the first three innings and Murphy the last four innings, the Corinne crew were von the tail end of a three to one score at the end of the first , Inning." At the end of the fifth they were trailing - seven to three, but in the sixth tallied six big runs to win the game. On the Corinne squad are B. Rader, D. Woods, C. Anderson, T. Burt, J. Bradford, R. Barker, N. Harper, Taylor, R. Holman, R. Hatch and Murphy. MILWAUKEE 20-3- YOUR FRIENDS WITH men had slipped off their shoes, The host called a few days He's Off Wagon Now, Since Shoes Fit Corinne Bureau TRY FOR No. 2 TONIGHT 8:15 d H Against American Fork semi-precio- LuUhUI nick-nack- .in af - Gifts W'