MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE i SclvillO Cailip Jolly SftltcIlCr JTrtVi Thnr- Tffn. IS. 1953 I A C Reed Bunker has returned to Lackland AFB at San Antonio, Tex., after a visit at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lamond Bunker. To Meet Friday Anne E. Melville Bishop D U P Camp will meet Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Savalla Sanford. Polhick Supper The oily Stitchers are having a potluck supper and card party Friday at 7 p.m. in their club room at VVoodrow. ...lf"' ' , - 5 iiT0C0'twty .Hit H - ft delay .... n if" "M ; ?.. y -imPX Z -illli...,,,, .A (UTOCO) la out . t or acttvery- no Vlon no stc- QUA1 " , Trouble"" --.ftei - ... t.i vou tan'1 Serving yuu - ' of uel 5 keep Yut ICC -55. n 111 IP CALL OR SEE YOUR UTOCO DISTRIBUTOR Mv)r I raw rs!?s UTAH OIL REFINING CO. Hinckley News , MARGENE HILTON Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Petersen and family made a trip to Milford to get Byron, who had been visiting visit-ing with Douglas Memmott since the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jensen stayed stay-ed with Mr. and Mrs. Orin Memmott Mem-mott during the Uew Year weekend. week-end. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Bishop were Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Lars Bishop, who had their baby blessed. Gevaldine Allred, Irene Lewis, and- Mae Jean Petersen gave a shower for Erma Roundy, who is getting married this month. The guests were Sylvia Bishop, Myrna Petersen, Ramona Robinson, Karen Petersen, . Jolene Torrens, Paula Workman, Marilyn Stanworth, Lula Hilton, Mrs. Glenda Roundy, Mrs. Wash Roundy, Kathryn Ekins, Vel-ma Vel-ma Terry, Verlene Stevens, Carma Wright, Helen Black, Mrs. Lowell Petersen, Mrs. Beulah Black, and Mrs. Lois Wilson. Games were played and very fine refreshments were served. A good time was enjoyed en-joyed by everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Carter and family moved to Tooele recently. Mr. Carter is working there and so his family has gone with him. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Bishop, Mike and Garn, made a trip to California Califor-nia recently. Their son was arriving arriv-ing there from the service. They had a wonderful visit with friends and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hilton and Lula made a trip to Salt Lake Saturday to see their son, Lawrence Law-rence Hilton. Mrs. Lula Cropper has been visiting vis-iting in Salt Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mcintosh. Saturday Mrs. Sebrina Ekins and family went to Provo and brought Mrs. CroDepr back with them. The little Uew Year was surely godd to many people in town, at least it seems so with the many new cars around. Don Spencer, Harold Spencer, Jack Spencer, Milo Bishp and families all have new cars. Congratuations. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stewart and children from Pleasant Grove were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart. Benny Schena visited the school last week and reported that Mrs, Schena has had all tubes removed and is being moved to the LDS s-7 A r c 4 Scouts Take A Swiisi -1 i v 7 5 "1 A- -.,1 HAPPILY MARRIED . . . Negro blues singer Pearl Bailey and bridegroom drummer Louis Bellson, Jr., drink toast after their marriage in London. Hinckley Boy Scous troop 117, under their new leaders, Ken Carroll Car-roll and Floyd Moody, camping & activity chairmen for the troop, went to Tooele to swim in Tooele City swimming pool. A two and a ha.'f hour swim, under the direction direc-tion of Lee Pratt, manager of the swimming pool, was enjoyed by thirty enthusiastic boys, i This year troop 147 has the ' prospect of 25 to 36 Eagle Scouts and are making every effort possible pos-sible to get their, merit, badges completed. The swimming trip was to help with swimming and i life saving merit badges. hospital. We all join in wishing for her speedy recovery. Don Morris, Sheldon Christensen and Hugh Judd made a trip to California to take Rogert Wright back to San Francisco where he is stationed. They started last Sun day and arrived home Friday. They visited night life in Reno, went to Alcatraz and saw many other interesting htings. They al so visited with Gary Hardy and Edsel Crafts. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hilton and Margene made a trip- to Texas, leaving on the 26th of December and returning January 8. They went to see Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allred and new baby daughter. Mr. Allred is stationed at Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas. Marie Stevens visited with her mother, Mrs. David Stevens and brothers and sisters last weekend. She is working in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hansen spent last weekend in Hinckley visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Palmer from California are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Palmer in Des-eret Des-eret and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Palmer in Hinckley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reeve spent last Sunday in Fillmore visiting with their son, Tom Reeve and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and children, Mrs. Betty C. Hilton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ross and children from McGill, Nevada, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hilton. The Advanced Senior class and the Missionary Sunday school class went to Nephi to roller skate. They had the hall rented and much fun was had by all. Pfc. Wayne Ireland, who recently recent-ly completed a course at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., is visiting in Delta with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ireland. He leaves Jan. 18 to return to Panama Canal, where he is stationed. Mrs. Laura Johnson has gone to Los Angeles to visit her daughter daugh-ter and family, LaPreal and Harold Har-old Ogden, and their new son, born Dec. 30, weighing 8 pounds. . Mrs. Arvilla Swenen entertained the Rook Club in her home last week. Those present were Mrs. Thora Petersen, Mrs. Bertha Love, Mrs. Angie Pratt, Mrs. Helen Shurt liff, Mrs. Lois Wilson, Mrs. May Cropper, Mrs. Belva Morris, Mrs. Ruth Robinson, Mrs. Nina Mech-am, Mech-am, Mrs. Manon Robison, Mrs. Dolpha Bishop,' Mrs. Ruth Talbot, Mrs. Vie Robinson, Mrs. Beryl Hardy, Mrs. Verna Anderson, The guests were Mrs. Ivy Allred, Mrs. Jay Hurst, Ms. Winnie Wright, Mrs. Harriet Spendlove and Mrs. Beulah Black. Mrs. Ivy Allred won guest prize, Mrs. Thora Petersen won the club prize, and Helen Shurtliff won the club second prize. Mrs. Beryl Hardy Har-dy won the grand slam prize, and Verna Anderson won the low prize.-Evening prize.-Evening was spent playing Rook and a nice lunch was served. We have a new elementary school teacher, Miss Carmen Rose, who is replacing Mrs. Zoe Fowles. We hope she will like it here and enjoy her work. Mrs. George Stewart entertained in honor of Mrs. Joy Christensen of Oak City on her birthday last Thursday night. The evening was spent playnig cards and nice refreshments re-freshments were served. X7 Hermitage BHA.VD I BRAUD 86 PROOF . THE OLD HERMITAGE COMPANY. FRANKFORT. KENTUCKY Uoicfeffu6 dtjfewtt THE BEL AIR SERIES to be compared only with higher-priced cars! The glamorous Bel Air Series for 1953 is truly a new kind of Chevrolet Four new Bel Air models 4-Door Sedan, 2 -Door Sedan, Convertible, Sport Coupe create a wonderful won-derful new class of cars. I'll I"11 A-- -3 IV - - M l'WlHln., r-' IK An ntiraly nw kind of ChtvroM in an tnliraly nw flld all III own THE "TWO-TEN" SERIES sensational advances from bumper to bumper! The Two-Ten" Series offers: two new station wagons the Townsman and Two-Ten" Handyman the 4 -Door, 2-Door, 2-Door, Convertible, Club Coupe and Sport Coupe. THE "ONE-FIFTY" SERIES lowest priced of oil quality cars I Smart new Chevrolet styling and advanced features! Five models include the 4-Door and 2-Door Sedans, Club Coupe, Business Coupe, "One-Fifty" "One-Fifty" Handyman. A: Ih-f' iS s"' . .tuui'mpffcjf wwwe: wmmmmmzL mm m i I, ,x III III I I II I I I ., . - 1 i' ifmiiiiij.g., mi 1 cfiaeicHi aram ,iih . m. V r 1. ? t ' A i. . .... - -. V.', -- '"7 The great new Chevrolet line for 1953 brings you a car for any purpose. Choose high-compression power with the new 115-h.p. "B!ue-Flame" engine teamed with new Powerelide forthe finest automatic driving. Or choose the high-compression 10;i-h.p. "Thrift- Comii Ham, MORE PE0P1X BUY CHEVRCLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! tCont nuoi'on of tfondord avoit and km Him. King" engine for finest standard driving. driv-ing. Choose the improved standard steering, or new Power Steering, optional op-tional at extra cost. Come in and see the most wonderful wonder-ful selection in the low-price field and it's yours at lowest cost! 4 Purdidr mmnanr Irwniinlai mrd I S-4 J. 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