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THE LEADER. Tremonton. Utah Thursday. January 23, 1958 Mu]ln New lrs. Garth Ras- Francisco an- of a baby week. Mrs. Ras- Mrs. Noble with her for a few will be the former Miss John A. Bourne a Waffle Supper evening. Mr. and Mrs. ld family and Mr. Wynn Zundel and Operation returned home Undergoing a major the Coolley Hos- He is reported satisfactorily. and children City spent the the week visiting Mrs. Edith Udy - two ladies spent with Mr. and at Malad. et the home of Elmo Munson M r. and Mrs. I and sons of Og- Hurst and chil- I Paul of Seattle, I ng with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and family for Mrs. Rob- at a family to Mrs. Other guests Mrs. Raymond Evans and son, Robert of Malad, and Mr. end Mrs. Vernald Rob- bins and daughter Cindy of Samaria. Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Zundel and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hurd and family of Snowville. In California To See Grandchild Enjoying a dinner party at the Tropical Cafe at 'Brigham % Tuesday evemng were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Welling, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Petersen and Mr. end Mrs. Rex Richards. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Richards Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Will- iams of Ogden. Mrs. Alene Sutherland spent Thursday visiting with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Godfrey at Ogden. She also visited with her children Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Suthertand and family. Enjoying a vacation at Ari- zona and California the, past week were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Secrist and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Potter. Mr. and Ms. Ellwood Hess spent Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hess in Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Suther- land and son Glade spent Sun- day afternoon visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Codsell and family at Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Goodsell are happy over the arrival of a baby girl born January 15th. Mrs. Goodsell was the former Elna Sutherland. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stand- ing enjoyed a lovely dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller and family at Tremonton Thursday even- ing. The occasion was Mrs. Mil- ler's birthday anniversary. Visiting at the home.of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lott and fam- ily last week were Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Jones and Mrs. Vernessa Weeks of Victor, Ida. OF CONDITION OF THE RIVER STATE BANK of Tremonton in the State of Utah at the close of business on Dec. 3i, 1957. ASSETS With other banks, balances, and nrocess of collection ............. $197,968.13 obligations. (including .................. 39,191.02 ................... 304,496.06 ned $ ..... i . ....... $20,707.24 20,707.24 .............................. 5,815.63 ........................ $568,178.08 LIABILITIES 0f individuals. .................. $246,290.75 89,559.90 Government savings) ................ 112.50 and uo]itical subdivisions ....... 91,389.85 and etc.) ............. 6,441.45 .................. $433,794.45 .............................. 767.69 .......................... $434,562.14 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................................. $100,000.00 25,000.00 8,615.94 ACCOUNTS ................. 133,615.94 AND 568,178.08 of: with total uar value $50.00 uer share Jist being first duly sworn according to law, he is Cashier of the above named bank and report contains a full, true and correct state- of the said bank at the close of business on 1957. Subscribed and sworn before me this 14th day of January, 1958. (SEAL) C.R. Steffen Notary Public Residing at Trem.onton. Utah: My Commission expires, Novem- t ber 9. 1961. Correct Attest: Commissioner , Bank Commissioner of the State of "Utah, do, the foregoing is a true and correct copy o of the named bank'; filed in my office on Janu- Seth H. /oung Bank Commissioner Miss Sylvia Burton of Salt Lake City spent the forepart of last week with her parents, Mr. i and Mrs. Lelard Burton. They accompanied her back to Salt Lake City Wednesday afternoon. Visiting with Mrs. Elma Pet- ersen the latter part of the week were Mrs. Marie Bywater and two small daughters of Little Valley. Attending funeral services for James C. Thompson at Clarkston Wednesday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Mhrk Wool- ley, Mrs. Elmo Munson and Mrs. Emery Hess. Nine Mia Maids met at the home of their class leader, Mrs. Irene Peck Tuesday evening where they spent the evening working on their Treasure of Truth books. A delicious Las- agne supper was enjoyed. .Attend Company Social Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Munson at- tended a banquet and business meeting for all Pillsbury Em- ployees and their partners held at the Canton Cafe at Ogden Friday evening. The Social Development Club of Fielding met at the home of Mrs. Sadie Johnson Thursday afternoon. A travelogue of China was given by Mrs. Mae Dalton of Tremonton. Three trios were presented by the Misses Karolee, Margean and Lareta Nish .of Plymouth. A delicious luncheon was served to sixteen club members and the program guests. The next meet- ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Mabel Hansen on.Feb. 6. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burton and amily last week were Mr. and Mrs. John E. Neville of Layton. Mrs. Claude Allred and dau- ghter Yvonne, and Mrs. Ernest Anger visited with Mrs. Anger's sister, Mrs. Gladys Jensen at the St. Benedict Iospital at J Ogden Tuesday. Mrs. Jensen is I recovering from a major oper- i ation. I Saturday dinner guests at the, Horace Peck home were- Mr. and Mrs. Horace Van Fleet and son Scott and Horace Van Fleet Sr. all of Farmington and Fay Sanders, Kaysville. SOUTH BEAR RIVER STAKE PRIMARY TO MEET Saturday, Jan. 25. at 3:00 p.m. all workers and officers of the South Bear River Stake Pri- mary are asked to be in attend- ance at the regular preparation meeting. It will be held at" the Tremonton First Ward. AT LARSON HOME Mrs. Janice Anderson and sons. Vie and Von. Coalville, visited for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Larson. WELCOME HOME FOR MISSIONARY Friends and relatives are in- vited to be in attendance at a welcome home meeting this Sunday evening at 7:30 at the Riverside Ward chapel. It will be held in honor of Elder Nor- man T. Burnett who has return- ed from the North Central States Mission field. Norman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Burnett. BESSINGER COAL CO. Prompt Delivery Phone AL 7-4251 37 West-6th lorth tf n-c MORE POWER FOR GRADES " New Chevron and Chevron Supreme are the highest octane gasolines Standard ever made! They'll give you more power for the grades, more pep for the straightaway. Chevron Supreme has New Skypower Aviation Blend to vapor,ze combus- tion Dtergent.Action hn vetter mile for smoother id ' g... " age. Chevrbn Gasoline, also with Detergent- Action, g,ves extra ping-free power tin engines that do not require Supreme. For any Standard Oil product, caU Farrell Bess AL 7-2251 Tremonton. Utah LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION -- PUBLIC SALE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Bureau of Land Management Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utab, January 6, 1958. Under provisions of section 2455, P. S., as amended by sec- tion 14 of the act of June 28, 1934. (48 Stat., 1274; 43 U.S.C. 1171). and pursuant to the ap- plication of Leslie Jensen Serial No. Utah 023308, there will be offered to the highest bidder, but at not less than $3,168, at a public sale to be held at 11 o'clock a.m., on the 3rd day of March 1958 next, at this office, the following tracts of land: Tract 1: Sec. 4, SWYaNW/a, NW/4SW/4r S1/2S2, containing 240 acres, sale price $648; Tract 2: Sec. 8, all containing 640 acres, sale price $2,240; Tract 3: See. 10, SS contain- ing 160 acres, Sale price $280; Total sale price $3,168. All in T. 10 N., R. 5 W., SLM, Utah. Each parcel of land as indicated, will be offered for sale as a unit. No bid will be received for less than all of an offered parcel of land. Bids may be made by the principal or his agent, either personally at the sale or by mail. Bids sent by mail will be con- sidered only if received at this office prior to the hour fixed for the sale. Bids must be in sealed envelopes accompanied by certi- fied checks or post-office money I orders made payable to the  Treasurer of the United States for the amounts of the bids. The envelopes must be marked in the lower left-hand corner "Public sale bid, Serial No. Utah 023308, Sale, March 3, 1958." The highest bidder,will be re- quired to pay immediately the amount thereof. Subject to a reservation for oil and gas to the United States. Any adverse claimants of the above-described land should file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated, for sale. The Bureau of Land Man- agement has not searched the files of Box Elder county to ascertain evidence of any ad- verse claims. Any contiguous owner claim- ing a preference righ[ must as- sert such right and substantiate the claim by submitting the evidence required by 43 CFR 250.11 within 30 days from the above sale date. Ernest E. House. Men3ger By: Ed. D. Cox, Acting Manager Date of first publication Jan. 16-58 the AT A. F. PRICE HOI Mrs. Howard Smith and fam- ily, Ogden, called at the home of Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Price, Satur- day. LEADER CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE LIFE INSURANCE at its best. See Mel Foxley now for LIFE- CO insurance, ll-28-tfc JANUARY CLEARANCE Used Trailers 13' Dalton .... $775. 29' Northern . . . $1,550. 35' Leisure Home . . . $2,995. (1 bdrm. 1957 model) ($2,995.) 35' Roadmaster .... $3,250. (1955 1 bdrm. reconditioned, new carpeting, beautiful) TRAILER VILLAGE Brigham City, Utah 1-16-t4e TRADE 1% acres land with small house and outbuild- ings for larger place near Tre- monton. Call AL 7-3511 after 5 p.m. weekdays, Saturday or Sunday. 1-23-t2p FOR SALE  Two room frame home. Kitchen cabinet built in. To be moved. See Milton Hod- ges, Fielding, Ut. 1-16-t2p FOR SALE -- Choice red de- licious apples. Mrs. Oluf John- son, Garland. 1-16-t4p LOFTY pile, free from soil is the carPet cleaned with Blue Lustre. Hales Bros. Furniture WANTED, WANTED -- Chopped Hay Wag- on. Call UL 4-2281. tlp WAITRESS WANTED  Call AL 7-1371. Personal interview to follow. 1-9tfc SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRAPES MADE to order. Very reasonable. 128 So. 3rd, West, Brigham City. Call 467-J or AL- 7-4438. r-24-2p WIDE CHOICE OF  WEDDING AND FUNERAL WRF_THS I lllllll$]]]l$llllHIlllll$1Ullt$11111$111lll$1]lll$1$]tl$ u$$$tllllmlllUUtSUl DOES YOUR MATTRESS NEED ATTENTION? Let us rebuild it like new. Tremonton FOR SALE  NEW WATER- LESS BATTERY. Never uses water, never overheats, never freezes, never needs attention. Buy and try one in your car or tractor. CkLVIN KAY. WATERLESS BATTERY EX- CHANGE, Phone AL 7-5341. 1-16-tfc tlc We also make mattresses to your specifications. Special orders for station wagons, house trailers and camp beds given expert attention. See us for your mattress needs. EVERTON MATTRESS. CO. Brigham City, Phone AL 7-476g 5-9-tfc" $$11$$1]]l$$$11$1$1$1$$$$$1t$1$H$$$$$flt$11$1W$$W$$m FOR SALE --'William Nikola;-I Don't Let sen home. If interested 1"16-t3et TV Trouble Go call ALI 7-4502. FOR SALE  Copper and paint- I ed pictures. Palm tree center-IA little trouble now can de peices and etc. Mrs. Myron[velop into big repairs later Barnes. tlclCall us at the first sign of A WELL KNOWN NEBRASKA I trouble in your TV, radio or INSURANCE COMPANY is I phonograph. ' ' looking for resident agents in JACI & PAT this area. All leads are furnished with guaranteed salary and bonus. Write to: Office Manager 260 East First South, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1-16-t4c ODORLESS, soapless. ,gentle and kind. no foreign substance left behind in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Hales Bros. Furniture. Tremonton. tlc FOR RENT FOR RENx  January 1. Main Street business property, 25x 100, with large storage space in rear. Long-term lease. Contact Otto Jorgensen, phone AL 7- 3191. 1-2-tfe TV-Radio Service - " AL 7-5112 Tremonton miI/I;lI$i/II!!III!I`J ATTENTIC. farmers, stock- men. Do you need stack covers or implement covers? Dozens of other uses and can be reused. See black VisQueen at 2c square foot at Bear River Sad- dlery, Tremonton, phone AL 7- 1173.  10-24-tfc FC FAST, DEPENDABtE, ex, pert Formica linoleum, tile ir zallation. See us. NORTHERN FURNITURE CO. Tremonton 6-6-tk FARM TIRE SERVICE New and used tires for every purpose ONE-DAY SERVICE on steam-method FULLCAPPING NORMS TRE SERVICE Winzeler Building Tremonton TV troubles? Call the exlrts s# Northern Furniture Garland Lml Tremonton. Gold stamps Inelud- l. 3--t4e CACHE ' VALLEY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION -- owned and operated by the#farmers for the benefit "of "the farmers. Fight leading breeds of Dairy and Beef cattle to choose from. Artificial Insemination at cost. Guy L. Rees. Phone AL 7-2172 FARM LOAN8 ONO TM B LOW RATB PROMI LOOINQ FREE APPRAISALS BROUGH INSURANCE AGENCY 68 West Main, Tremonton Tlko Pz'udenM Inmum o, meme Omee, jm, L & DR. PAUL K. NASFELL OPTOMETRIST FOR BETTER VISION HAVE YOUR EYeS EXAMINED NOW. Tremonton -- Thursdays Phone AL7-1202 Ogden, 2470 Wash. Blvd. Phone 2-8633 NOTHING ELSE NEAR THE PRICE HAS.WHAT'S IN THIS PAC ,I(AGE ! The Defray 4LDoor Sedort. Chevy's the only cor in its eld with Body by Fisher and ,Solely plott Gloss all around. It's. one of Chevrolet's dollar, stretching Delmys ! The handsome Delrays are the lowest priced of all the low-priced Chevrolets. And they're full-size Chevrolet$--.wider, lower and nine lively inches longer. In size, in style, in fine details and construction, no other car pricedso low gives you so much ! / When y6u're thinking about buy- ing a car because of its extra-low price, there are two things it pays to watch for. First, bc sure you get full measure when it comes to size. Don't settle for a cut-down bargain model. Second, be sure you get all the equipment and convcmcnces that you'd normally expect to be standard in a car. CheVrolet's Delray models are the lowest priced in the line. But they're lull-size Chevrolets-and they're equipped to do you proud. Nothing el2e near the price has what's in this package. See and drive this big beauty soon at your Chevrolet dea:.'r's t Only franchised Chevrolet dealers dilay this famous trademark