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Millard County Chronicle LEGAL NOTICE CONSUtT COUNTY CLERK OR RESPECTIVE PARTIES FOR FURTHER DETAILS NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Kay Johnson, Deceased, Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned on or before the 1st day of January, A. D., 10C8. Doris Elaine H. Johnson, Administratrix Eldon Eliason, Attorney First Publication: Sept. 28, 1967 Final Publication: Oct. 19, 1967 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of William L. Olson, deceased de-ceased Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned Execu Citizens Party (Platform . . . I: That efficiency in all city departments be reviewed, review-ed, emphasized and improved. II: That action be continued to improve, upgrade and maintain to its maximum of service, the Delta City Airport. Ill: That the City of Delta will have a strong industrial indust-rial and community development program, together with civic improvement and beautification. IV: Our candidates, if elected, will achieve unification of the Delta City Council, to function as a Council type government to better represent the citizens of Delta City. Our candidates have also stated that they will strive diligently to keep the public informed and made aware of facts, and information pertaining to all phases of Delta Del-ta City business through the news media and informal meetings. WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE FOLLOWING FOLLOW-ING CANDIDATES FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION ON NOVEMBER 7th ARCHIE F. BARBEII J. ALFRED LAKE DAVID L. CLARK (Paid Pol. Ad by Citizens Party, Glen Swalberg, Chm.) Htt Ecis Ecrkl shouldered. Und nil fles2oG tdond shouldered. 1 Q QP4TtCTTV W'. X It Mill onj H.ii Dm." Co iof'tie.Kr . Thursday, October 26, 1967 trix at the office of her attorney, Dudley Crafts, at Delta, Utah, on or before the 10 day of January, A.D., IOCS. DUDLEY CRAFTS Attorney for Executrix Delta, Utah Jennie 0. Stylor, Executrix of Estate of William L. Olson, deceased First Publication October 12, 19G7. Final Publication November 2, 19G7. NOTICE OF CHOICE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE Clair M. Gardner, Administrator of the Estate of Alice I. Gardner, and Mary Thornton, offer for sale, choice building lots in the new and highly improved residential area near the Delta Junior-Senior High School comprising Block 83, Plat "A" Delta Townsite. The lots are being offered on a first-come basis and the plat and price is available at the office of the Attorney for the So t StfO'jw Bow'tiw wwf . A fun Sr Adminisrator, Eldon A. Eliason, Delta, Utah. First Publication: October 26, 1967 Final Publication: November 9, 1967 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Alice I. Gardner, Deceased, Creditors Credi-tors will present claims with vouch crs to Chloe G. Manning or Clair M. Gardner, Jr., Co-Executors, at the office of their Attorney, Eldon A. Eliason, Delta, Utah, on or before be-fore the 1st day of February, 1968. First Publication: October 19, 1967 Final Publication: November 9, 1967 Hinckley- Continued from front page) dren have been here for the hunt. They visited with their parents and families, the Carl Hardys and Bud Bassetts. Mrs. Margaret Jensen of Bounti ful has been visiting her relatives in the area for a few days, while Eldon was among the deer hunters out trying their luck. Mrs. Edith Dennison served dinner din-ner Saturday evening to a group of relatives. They helped her celebrate cele-brate her birthday. Present were her daughter, Dorene of Salt Lake, Vera and Heber Bishop, Oleta Swen sen, Jen Chapman, Arvilla Swen-sen, Swen-sen, LaFay Corey and Ted Dennison Last week a grandson of Randle Swensen's visited with him and Oleta and Diane. Leslie Anderson of Barstow, Calif., son of Rowenna and Willard Anderson of Omaha, Neb., and family spent a couple of days here, they also visited with Melba Jean and John Crowley and their family. Leslie has been to Viet Nam. He is re-enlisting and will now go to Japan for three years. His family will accompany him. Jeddie and Elizabeth Judd brot their children, Gregory and Melan-ia Melan-ia to stay with the Lee Judds while they went deer hunting. Mrs. Elva Stevens of Pleasant Grove veisited with her son, Clyde Stevens, and family Sunday also Marge and Lee Judd. Randle Swensen met his sons, Carl, Neal and Reed near Sterling to go deer hunting together. Hollie Manis, Linda Jo Diehl, Gen eil Webb and Shirley Spencer were home from school over the weekend. week-end. Mrs. Kathryn Black and boys have been at her parents home over the weekend. Fern Crafts and son Terry Lee visited with the Ralph Craft family for a few days. Fern also visited at the Lowell Petersen home Sun. Mrs. Betty Jane Morris and her mother, Mrs. Margaret Roper presented pre-sented the program in church Sun day evening. They told about the European countries they visited a couple of months ago. It was so intriguing to hear about all the wonderful places, things and people they saw. Ruthanna played a med This is no run-of-the-mill Bourbon. It's Bourbon with a richer, more robust taste. More of the taste that Bourbon was meant to have. It's Bourbon aged till the years have rounded out the taste and worn away the edges. It's Bourbon as smooth as a man could ask for. With all the taste of old-time whiskey, yet easy and mellow going down. If you know enough to know good Bourbon, this is one worth trying. IXill&IXill Preferred Natl Guard to Hear General Gen. Harold K. Johnson, Chief oi Staff, United States Army, Washington Wash-ington D. C, will be the featured speaker for Veterans' Day celebrations celebra-tions planned by the Utah National Guard Nov. 9. Maj. Gen. Maurice L. Watts, Utah Adjutant General, said the event will be the biggest Veterans' Day celebration in Utah and that a ca-p ca-p city crowd is expected to hear Gen. Johnson in the Tabernacle. Gen. Johnson is scheduled to arrive ar-rive at the Utah Air National Guard ramp at the airport Nov. 9 at 3:40 p.m. From there he will be escourt ed to the offices of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 47 E. South Temple, for a visit with the First Presidency Later he will take a tour of Temple Tem-ple Square before having dinner at the Hotel Utah with Gov. Calvin L. Rampton, a member of the LDS First Presidency and Gen. Watts. Before speaking in the Tabernacle Taberna-cle at 9:00 p.m. Gen. Johnson will also meet with senior advisors and comanders of the Utah National Guard and Utah Military Installation Installa-tion comanders. The world-famous Mormon Taber nacle Choir directed by Richard P. Condie and the touted Utah Nation al Guard 23rd Army Band directed by Thomas Maxwell are scheduled to provide music for the gala cele bration. ley of numbers on the organ that were songs they heard while on their trip in the many places they went. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sorenson and three children visited with the Ralph Crafts family last weekend. Mrs. Sorenson is President of Utah Trade Technical College at Provo. While they were here the Crafts took them out to Antelope Springs to hunt trilobites, which they found very ineresting. Accompanying them were Dudley and Melba Crafts and Charles and Revoe Crafts. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Pratt were here from St. George and they went deer hunting. Mrs. Mae Jean Damron and two boys are viseiting with her parents, the Lowell Petersens while Garold went out for a deer. Mrs. Beryl Hardy had her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood over from Holden. They all went to Salt Lake and visited relatives and returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Theobald went to Provo to see their grandson, Rus sell Maxfield, son of Eda and Blair Maxfield, before he leaves for an LDS mission to Uruguay. Two members mem-bers of the Theobald family have been on the same mission, an uncle of Russell's, Paul Theobald, and a cousin, Linford, son of Leon Theobald. Theo-bald. This is quite something to have three of the same family ser ve in the same mission. Ray Brown tipped his horse trail er over on his deer hunt trip, injuring injur-ing his horse. Mrs. Nina Mecham is visiting at Orem at the home of her daughter, Dorothy Robinson. She went up last Thursday. Karl and Arvilla Workman have been out of town over the weekend. Mrs. Beth Brown and children went to Salt Lake Sunday and returned re-turned home Monday night. After checking with some of the deer hunters, little luck has been reported so far. Mrs. Mark Herron is in Idaho vis iting with her mother. FOR Army barracks, 20' wide, any length up to 300 linear feet. $1.70 per square foot delivered, within 10 miles of Tooele. $5.00 per mile houling charge. Contact Ray Pruett, 509 W. 2nd So., Tooele, Utah. Phone-Salt Phone-Salt Lake 322-2424, Tooele 882-2035. It's Halloween Time! and We're Having a Party! Don't Miss These Dates, Come In-OCTOBER In-OCTOBER 27, 28, 30 & 31 Black Cat Specials: 1961 RAMBLER STATION WAGON, Beige 1961 RAMBLER 4-Dr. SEDAN, Beige and White 1961 FALCON -Dr. SEDAN, White 1961 BUICK STATION WAGON, Beige Jack-O-Lantern Specials: 1962 FORD 4 Df. SEDAN, Beige and White 1964 FORD FALCON, Snappy Red 1964 BUICK 4 Dr. SEDAN, Lime And, Our Bewitching Vitch Specials: WE HAVE MORE NEW 1968 DODGE CARS ON OUR SHOW ROOM FLOORS DONE EQUIPMENT CO. WEST HIGHWAY 6 Delta, Utah "Just "OVER" The Overpass" CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED RATES: 3c per word, minimum od 50c. Ads over 5 lines 15c a line thereafter. Display ads, $1.00 column inch. Will not be responsible for errors on phone-in ads. Use of box No. 50c extra per insertion. FOR BEST RESULTS, USE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THE CHRONICLE WEEKLY. For Sale FOR SALE: Almost new trombone. Phone 5321 or see Kennard Riding GERT'S a gay girl ready for a whirl after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham-pooer sham-pooer $1. Quality Market Furniture FOR SALE: Ferguson 2-way plow, model T-A028. Excellent condition. Phone 3936. 101 19-11 9pd SPRING BULBS to be planted now. Good selection. Quality Hardware Dept. RED and GOLDEN Delicious Apples $2.00 bushel, picked and sorted, at 517 E. 4th W. in Nephi. 1019-26 Tractor Tires FOR REPAIR & FILLING WITH FLUID SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY "66" SERVICE CENTER Phone 864-366G JUST IN TIME for the Deer Hunt. New stocks Levis, Wranglers and Lees. Buy now at D. Stevens Co., Gent's Dept. SEARS MILKING MACHINE and stewing hens at four for a dollar for sale. Bill Bunker. Call 7934 1026-ll2np SEE OUR EXCELLENT STOCKS of Shoes and Boots for the Deer Hunt. Buy shoes for all the family at D. Stevens Co., Shoe Dept. POSTER PAPER Poster paper at the Chronicle, in white and a wide variety oi colors, now sells for 20c a sheet. VOTE LaVAR COX for Delta City Councilman (Paid Pol. Ad by Grant Church) USAIR FORCE THE AEROSPACE TEAM 5m yoor hcl Air Fore Rocnitt SALE 864-2341 FOR SALE: Two-bedroom modern home. Gas furnace heated. Full lot. Partial basement. New roof. Located Loca-ted at 392 South Center. For further Information write Darrell Taylor at 387A East Knight, Dugway, Utah, or contact Mrs. Brog Hopkins, Delta. 9!28tf RED PONTIAC POTATOES for sale at my home in Hinckley; mornings or evenings. $3.00 per 100 lbs. Mel-vin Mel-vin Webb. 1019-26 1957 Ford station wagon. Make offer. Call 6977, .Don Morris, Hinckley. Hinck-ley. 1012-19-26np MEADOW GOLD Ice Cream, 12 gal. 69c. Utah frozen pumpkin pies, 3 for $1.00. NED'S Cash Market. FOR SALE: Apples. $1.75 a bushel. Delicious and Rome Beauty. You pick and get extra large measure. Trucks loaded. McMullins Orchards, Santaquin, RFD, Genola. 105-26pd FOR SALE: Story & Clark Console Piano this area. Take over small monthly payments. For details write Credit Manager, Box 6179 Sugar House Station, Salt Lake City, Utah. 10 12-26 FOR SALE: Apples, red and golden Delicious, Greenings, Banana, Ro man Beauty. From $1.50 to $2.50 on top grade. Buy five bushels and get the 6th free. S. J. Prows, Kan-osh, Kan-osh, Utah. Tel. 759-2274. 1026-112 TRACTOR TIRES: For repair and filling with fluid. See us before you buy. "66" Service Center, Delta, Ut Phone 864-3666. 10:19-2611112 SPOTS before your eyes on your new carpet remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham pooer $1. Quality Market Furniture Dept. SCHOOL BUS converted to camper, 4 bunks, gas stove with oven, 40 gal. water supply. Must see to ap preciate. Call 6977 or see Don Morris Hinckley. 10!12-19-26np FOR SALE: New three-bedroom home. Full basement. Good loca tion. C. Frank Baker. 1026-119 SPRING BULBS to be planted now. Good selection. Quality Hardware Dept. COLOR TV's and STEREOS. Choose from stock on display. Zenith and Sylvania. Quality Market Furniture Dept. HOUSE FOR SALE or RENT: 3- bedroom. Carpeted. Call 8849. 921tf FOR SALE: New S room home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Builtins and fireplace. Full basement. FHA Inspected In-spected and terms. Sale price $18,500. See at 284 North Center St. Delta. Call B. Owens 3201 or E Owens 7867. 8'10tf bPulb before your eyes on your new carpet remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Quality Market Furniture Dept. CHICKENWIRE for sale: Value at $25.00 a roll. Priced to sell at $6.25 a roll. Contact Neno Schena at Ab raham or call 7819. 928tf FOR SALE: Self-unloading forage wagon, power take-off operated. Ideal for installing hydraulic hoist. Fuel storage tank, 250 gal. capacity. capac-ity. See Anion Johnson or call 7943 1026-112 NEW 1968 Color TV from Philco. Priced from 299.00 wT. Complete stock. Easy payments. D. Stevens Co. - 9&10 FOR WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS shop at D. Stevens Co., Furniture Dept. Excellent stocks. LOOKING for a freezer? New Wes- tinghouse lines are terrific. Prices are right, too. Come in. Delta Electric. Elec-tric. 345 West Main. Ph. 2951. 9;28-1019np GET YOUR DIXIE MOLASSES and Greening Apples at NED'S Cash Market. FOR SALE: Two used Stokermatics. Good condition. $125.00 each. See Neno Schena at Abraham or call 7891. 10!26tf FOR SALE: Ten-ft. Travel Queen Camper; 1965 heavy duty 34-ton Chevrolet pickup; 17-ft. Hydro-Swift Hydro-Swift fiberglass boat with 95 h.p. Mercury motor. See "Speed" Riding or call 4551. 83tf PAIR of Dorsal walkie-talkies with A M radio. Ideal for deer hunters. $50.00. Call 6977, Don Morris Hinckley. Hinck-ley. 10;12-19-26np For Rent FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom home; part ly furnished. 2nd North 4th Wett Delta. Call 3641. 316tf "IV'E BEEN TOLD THAT I AM charming but I'm left with an empty em-pty feeling." House for rent. Also, farm house for rent. Call 8849 1026tf FOR RENT: Furnished Apts. Utili ties paid. $37.50 up. Some newly decorated. Linens available. Daily, weekly or monthly fates. DELTA Apts. 235 W. Main. 714tf Miscellaneous DEER HUNTERSI CAMPERSI Make our store your "Stop for Savings." Complete stocks for all your needs. D. Stevens Co. 10.12-26 SPRING BULBS to be planted now. Good selection. Quality Hardware Dept. DEER SKINNING, Chilling, Coo'ing, cutting, wrapping and quick freezing freez-ing for home freezers or lockers. QUALITY MARKET. BUY RED SHIRTS, Red Gloves, Red Jackets, Red Coats for the Deer Hunt at D. Stevens Co., Gent's Department. De-partment. FRANK CRANE: Independent Deal er. Buys hides, furs, pelts, metals. 70 N. 4th W., Delta. 1026-112 BOOT and SHOE REPAIRING , Centennial Boot Shop 2 doors west of Post Office FILLMORE, UTAH SPARE TIME INCOME Booming new field, refilling and collecting money from new high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $900 to $3300 cash. Few hours weekly can net excellent income. More full time. For personal interview, send name, address and phone number to Inter-State Dist. Co., 455 E. 4th S. Suite 206, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111. 105-26np BRING YOUR DEER to Quality Market for expert skinning and processing. Federal Land. Bank Farm and Ranch Loans. Contact Federal Land Bank Association of Richfield, 180 North Main, Richfield, Utah, Land Bank Representative at Profession al Building, Delta on 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month. Appointments appreciated. Phone 896-4173 Richfield; Rich-field; 864-5971 Delta. 914-2&4tf IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN DEC- oratlons: Black poster card at the Chronicle. 20c a sheet. See us for all your poster card needs. Many colors in stock. WHOEVER borrowed my 3-point hitch sub-soiler, please return, as I ana in need of it now. S. H. Hales. Phone 7837. RALPH'S Body Shop AUTO FRAME STRAIGHTENING, Expert Body & Fender Repair DUPONT ACRYLIC AND ENAMEL LACQUER Also, Portable Spray Painting Houses, Barnes, Heavy Equip.' WE WILL PAINT ANYTHING ANYWHERE 52 South Center Delta Phone:864-5611 CARL'S RADIATOR SHOP. Complete radiator service, rodding, boil out, repairs. New radiator and heater cces. Used and new radiators. 228tf SPRING BULBS to be planted now. Good selection. Quality Hardware Dept. ELECTROLUX . Authorized Sales & Service. Lowell Edwards, Ph. 799J2. 42-tf CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING AND COMPLETE MEAT PROCESSING WHOLESALE PRICES ON CARCASS CUTS MARION & DEAN'S BATTERIES 6-vo!t (group one) $7.95, exchange; 12-vole (group 24) $12.95, exchange. KELL'YS SERVICE Phone 3791, Delta. 5 12tf MALE FEMALE HELP WANTED Interviewer wanted for part-time telephone survey work. Give phone number. Must have private line. Not a selling job. Air mall letter including education, work experience experi-ence and names of references to; American Research Bureau, Field Staff Department, 4320 Ammendale Road, Beltsville, Maryland 20705. FURNITURE NEED REUPHOLSTERING? Have that living room set or favorite rocker re-upholstered and redesigned by Twitchell Upholstery. Upholst-ery. Twitchell's have served the Delta area for over 15 years. Their reputation for guaranteed service and quality workmanship is unsurpassed. For free consultation in your home, drop a card today. Mr. Twitchell, with ver 20 years of decorating experience will call with samples of all the latest furniture coverings and'help you choose the color and fabric for your sofa or chair. Save one-half over New Furniture Furni-ture prices. I TWITCHELL UPHOLSTERY ISO N. Main Cedar City .