Ibapali BY BETTY CALLOWAY LAFF OF THE WEEK I j Six firls in the office recognized It right away. MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah, Thurs., Jan. 8, 1953 Black Hock MRS. MERRILL MILLER Mrs. Hampton Burke is in Salt Lake City for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Coon of Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hickman of Beaver, were New Years guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mer-rill Miller. . Mr. and Mrs. Don Helwig of Laguna Beach, California, spent the holidays with the Merrill Millers. Mill-ers. Walter Miller retrned from Salt Lake City where he attended a wedding of one of h s friends from Westminster Cillege. Mr. and Mrs. Don Helwig and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller were In Richfield where they were guests gu-ests of Mr. and Mrs. Vick Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Robinson returned re-turned to their home in Salt Lake City Sunday after a visit in Delta during the holidays with their parents, par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. Del Searle. Here for Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, were Miss Nola Blanche Hall, from Inglewood, Cal, and AC2 Bernard Bern-ard Roger Hall. Miss Hall is making mak-ing her home here now, and Friday Fri-day AC2 Hall returned to Kees-ler Kees-ler AFB, where he is taking a radar course. Mr. and Mrs. Merill Miller entertained ent-ertained a New Years Eve party. The evening was spent in playing play-ing cards, before whicr a delicious supper was served to Mr. and Mrs. Don Helwig, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Hamp-ton Burke, August Pearson, Mel-vne Mel-vne Lund and Walter Miller. Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart entertained ent-ertained friends on Christmas day. 1? ' - mmf mi ml f . Fhx S v W. E. Black, Scott Chesley and Miss Mary Peterson from Salt Milt McQuarrie made a trip to Lake City spent New Year's in Grand Junction from Saturday un- Delta with her sister, Mrs. Wanda til Tuesday on mining business, j Beckwith, and family, returning Sunday. 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A curved one-piece windshield and car-wide rear window give you visibility unlimited. YOUR CHOICE OF 3 GREAT DRIVES! Only Ford In its field offers Fordomatif Drive. Overdrive and Conventional pus the gas savings of the Automatic Power Pilot. " """""" ' - "' - O; -- - - v-; J -- CENTER-FILL FUELING! ' J Prevents "hose strafe" on i-W g csi' f the car's finish and makes B Z.'-. Vi. filling up easier from either l'fv S" 'in i siae oi me pump, onorier j i - w rVWyAV'J extra suitcase. 1&l'J.'- mm im LW: ..I dr Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Killpack, who spent Christmas holidays here and in Cedar City visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Killpack and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Clothier, are now in San Antonio, Texas. They had been an Long Beach, Miss., during the past year, where Don was stationed with the Air Force. He is now on officer candidate with a training group at Lacklanl Air Force Base. Mrs. Amelia Siibey from Callao, Utaii, arrived on the mail track this iiio:ning to visit with her sis-! tc, .Mrs. i' rank Lee. Ibr.pii.'i was like homecoming during tn holidays as so many people were visiting with friends and Relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kelly had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Kelly from Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKee from ! South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ninian and children, also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kelly and family from Ely, Nev., were their guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean and son Chucky, from Layton, spent j the holidays with Mrs. Bean's parents, par-ents, Mr-, and Mrs. W. H. Parrish. Mrs. Clara Booth from Salt Lake spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Frank Lee. Mrs. De Verl Nickles and daughter, daugh-ter, Kathy, from American Fork, are spending the holidays with Mrs. Nickles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Lee. Mr. and Mrs. John Barr returned return-ed to their home in St. Anthony, Idaho, after spending Christmas with Mrs. Earrs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Snively. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hicks and family returned home after spending spend-ing Christmas with Mr. Hicks' par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Hicks in Salt Lake City. Garth Weaver, two small daughters daugh-ters from Carson City, Nev., spent the holidays with Mr. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Weaver. Wea-ver. They also had their daughter and family from Wendover, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall and family fam-ily from Wendover, Mr. and Mrs. Layde Hpll from Well, Nev., Mr. Archie and Lynn Hall from Tooele were dinner guests of Mrs. Mabel Bates and family on Christmas. Miss Eva Bates is home with her mother, Mabel Bates, during the Chirstmas holidays. Eva is attending attend-ing high school In Tooele. Karen Page from Wendover, Utah, is spending this week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Calloway. Mrs. Nina Herron from Lehi is spending the next couple of months with her sister, Mrs. Blanch West. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cook spent Christmas in Carlin, Nevada, with ' Gerald's sister and family, Mr. : and Mrs. Sam Littledike. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Sheldon and two small sons spent a couple of days in Ibapah this week visit- ! ing Mrs. Sheldon's mother, Mrs. Blanch West. Mrs. Audrey Cook returned home 9$ if I" A -?H- ! V , J V ! , j ftp f?V , SB TS A HAZE . . . University of Minnesota student, victim of fraternity hazing-, was found chained to statue in front of a Minneapolis cafe. He begged for file but refused to give name. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Chesley and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Callister will be in the audience at the Salt Lake tabernacle Wednesday when Artur Rubenstein gives his piano concert. They are remaining over Thursday night to see the Globe Trotter basketball team. after spending a few weeks' in Carlin, Nev., with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Little dike and family. Ibapah was well represented in Wendover on New Year's Eve. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 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