MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah, Thurs., Jan. 29. 1953 The Millard County Chronicle Published Every Thursday at Delta, Utah, By CHRONICLE PUBLISHING COMPANY Frank S. Beckwith and Athena Beckwith Cook u& Owners Athena Beckwith Cook Editor Frank S. Beckwith Business Manager Entered as Second Class matter at the Postoflice at Delta, Utah, under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879 Bed Van is doing body and fender work, and automobile painting for M and M Motor Co., formerly Peterson Pe-terson Motor Co., Delta, Utah. He will welcome his old customers and new ones. M. and M. Motor Co., Delta, Utah. 1-22TF FOB SALE: 1939 Plymouth sedan. Spot light and heater. Will trade. Also one bath tub. See Otto Tullis, Hinckley, Utah. 1-29 DELTA BUS LINK Daily to Salt Laic and Return Leavt Delta 6:30 am. Leave Continental Bui Depot In Salt Lake City 4:50 p.m. Good Schedule for 1-day Trip DAILY FAST EXPRESS To and from Salt Lake City I $1.25 per hundred under ten pounds, 52c FOB BENT:' 4-room apartment Partly furnished. See Heber Curtis, phone 39"Z FOB LIGHT OB HEAVY LAND LEV ELING, or bulldozing and road building of any kind, see H. A. Curtis, Delta, Utah, Ph. 392 3-12 For All Upholstery Needs, such as Recovering, Remodeling and Custom-Made Furniture, drop a card to TWITCHELL UPHOLSTEBY Cedar City, Utah Truck Will Be In Delta Once a Week With Free Pick-Up and Delivery TF FOB SALE: 4 new Goodrich tires. 760x15. Reasonable price. See Dick Clark RFD, Delta. 1-29 WE ABE LISTING orders for head-gates head-gates to be poured before April 1. Purchase orders will be accept-ed.Balance accept-ed.Balance strictly cash. See Raleigh Ral-eigh Franklin or Bob Taylor, Abraham, Ab-raham, ph. 26F3. 129 pd. HAVE THAT EZTBA KEY MADE TODAY and save worry tomorrow. We make all types of keys while you wait Van's Jewelry, Delta, Ut 1-22 Insurance Cooperative Life of America Automobile & Truck Insurance Sponsored by "Utah State Farm Bureau Federation" INSURANCE AT COST Mark C. Black, Agent KANOSH, UTAH Phone 54 FOB SALE: 2 bedroom modern home gust east of the new school In Delta. Large lot and adjacent lot on Main Street Ideal for a motel. Large enough for six lots. See Mr. or Mrs. Ray Skinner, ph. 46L TF FOB SALE 1 105 acres, sandy productive pro-ductive soil. 210 shares Deseret water. Modern home, 2 concrete granaries, corrals fenced hog tight Good TV reception. Reasonable terms. June Johnson, Hinckley. 129 pd. FOB BENT: 2-bedroom apt Modern, Mod-ern, furnished or unfurnished. New floor coverings. Electric refrigerator refrigera-tor and stove. Heat and water are furnished. See J. Layton Bishop, phone 83 1-22TF FOB SALE: 1941 International pickup, in good cond.tion. Offset disc harrow, 3-point hook-up for a Ford or Ferguson tractor, practically prac-tically new. See E. L. Keller, Island Is-land Farm, Delta. 1-29 M. J. HARRIS ANNOUNCES New welding shop. Deportable welder. Go any place to the work. Located Locat-ed 2 blocks South Center. Phone S7TL V5 Pd SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE 240 acres, 80 acres in new hay, 160 acres pasture can be farmed. farm-ed. 80 shares Delta water. 240 acres in cultivation. 280 acres, all cultivated. Fenced Overnight pond with 10-inch flowing well. Will exchange for other property. 800 acres a steal for $24,000. 20 acres at Hinckley with 8-room 8-room modern home. Two-story frame house and garage in Delta. Three bedrooms, bed-rooms, two baths. All appliances applianc-es included. 5 room home In Delta, New & modern. 6 room home in Hinckley 4 room home in Hinckley 3 room home in Delta. C P. ASHBY Representing C Ed Lewis Hotel Southern Phone 661 FOR SALE: A guernsey heifer ready to freshen, also Velvon seed barley. See Harry Meinhardt, Wood row. 212 pd. FREE WASH JOBS FOR ONE YEAR We will wash all new Dodge and Plymouth cars sold by us for one year. This service is free of charge, with a maximum maxi-mum of 21 wash Jobs. Make your appointment with us and we will keep your car looking nice. Remember it's FREE. M & M Motor Company Formerly Peterson Motor Co FOR SALE OR TRADE: 6- room modern home with 10 acres under cultivation, near Sugarville, for a place near or in Delta. Call 11SN3 2-5 BUG WEAVING: Have your rugs woven before spring house cleaning. clean-ing. Mrs. Otis Corbett. 212 j USED CARS 1 1919 Dodge, just overhauled 1900 Chevrolet, one owner. 1951, Chevrolet, Power Glide 1939 Chevrolet, will run. M & M Motor Company Formerly Peterson Motor Co WILL TBADE Motor Scooter, la good condition, for saddle horse. See Harold Meinhardt, Delta RFD. 25 pd GEESE FOB SALE: Will deliver geese to your place in Millard Co., at $8.00 per pair. Order from Righy Young, Fillmore. 129 pd. EXPERT MECHANICAL WORK Motor tune-ups, Overhaul, all types of welding, farm machinery machin-ery repaired. ALL WORK GUARANTEED M & M Motor Company Formerly Peterson Motor Co For a better deal write to ... . Miller Viele Box 807 SALT LAKE CITY 16 Exchange PI. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ABRAHAM IRRIGATION COMPANY, COM-PANY, A UTAH CORPORATION. AND THE BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED AT SAID MEETING. MEET-ING. NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders Stockhold-ers of the Abraham Irrigation Com pany, a Utah corporation, Will be held on Tuesday, the third day of February. 1953, at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. of said day, at the offices of the Company at Delta, Utah, for the following purposes: 1. To hear the Annual Report . of the Secretary and Treasurer. Treasur-er. 2. To elect a Board of seven Directors. 3. To hear, consider and vote upon a proposal heretofore recommended rec-ommended by the stockholders of the company at the Annual Meeting held on the 5th day of February, 1952, to amend the Articles of Incorporation as follows: (a) To amend Article IV of the Articles of Incorporation to read as follows: ARTICLE IV The amount of the authorized capital stock of this corporation is Five Hundred Seventy Three Thousand, Thou-sand, Eighty ($573,080.00) and no lOOths Dollars, divided Into fourteen four-teen thousand, three hundred twenty seven 14,327) shares of the par value of Forty ($40.00( Dollars per share. (b) To amend Article VII of the Articles of Incorporation to read as follows: ARTICLE VII The number and kind of officers of this corporation shall be as follows: fol-lows: The officers of this corporation shall consist of a board of seven (7) Directors. A president; a Vice President, and a Secretary and a Treasurer. The President and Vice President shall be members of the Board of Dirctors. The Secretary and Treasurer may be one and the same person. In order to be eligible eli-gible to an office In this corporation, corpora-tion, except that of Secretary and Treasurer, the holder shall be the owner, as shown by the stock book of this company, of at least one (1) share of the capital stock thereof. Four (4) Directors shall constitute a quorum, and shall be authorized to transact the business and exercise the corporate powers of this corporation. The Board of Directors of this corporation shall be elected, as herein provided, provid-ed, at the Annual Meeting of the shareholders, to be held at the general office of the corporation upon the 1st Tuesday in February of each year, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. The term of office of the Directors in said corporation, except those first elected pursuant to this amendment, amend-ment, shall be for two (2) years, and until their successors shall be duly elected and shall have qualified. All officers shall hold office until their successors have been duly elected and shall have qualified. At the Annual Meeting of the stockholders to be held on the 1st Tuesday of February, 1954, there shall be elected four (4) Directors to hold office for a term of two (2) years, and three (3) Directors to hold office for a period of one (1) year. Thereafter, at each annual an-nual election, the successors to the Directors whose term shall expire In that year, shall be elected elec-ted to hold office for a term of two (2) years. There shall be held on the 1st Tuesday In February of each year, beginning with the year 1954, at 2 o'clock p.m. of said day, at the general office of the corporation, an Annual Meeting of the Stockholders Stock-holders of this corporation for the election of the members of the Board of Directors whose terms shall have expired In that year, and for the transaction of such other business as may lawfully come before said meeting. The Board of Directors of the corporation corpora-tion shall elect the other officers of the corporation and such officers offi-cers -shall hold office during the pleasure of the Board. Any officer may resign by filing a written resignation of office with the Secretary Sec-retary of the company, or In case of the resignation of the Secretary, with the President or Vice President Presi-dent of the company. Any Director may be removed by a majority vote of the capital stock of this corporation at a meeting called for that purpose at which at least two weeks no- NOTICE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant pur-suant to the provisions of Title 57-3a-119, 120, 121, and 143, Utah Code Annotated, 1913, the State Tax Commission of the State of Utah will sell as is the following described property at public auction auc-tion to the highest bidder at the Conoco Service, Scipio, Utah, at the hour of; 2:00 o'clock, P.M. on Friday, the sixth day of February, 1953: 1936 Ford Sedan, Motor Number 2691665 the purchase price to be payable in lawful money of the United Slates of America. The seller reserves re-serves the right to bid. Dated this 21st day of January, 1953. STATE TAX COMMISSION C. B. Openshaw, Jr. Sec. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION FINAL PROOF Form "F" I, Cecil K. Ross of Delta, Utah, who made entry No. 675, under provisions of Chapter 2, Title 75, Compiled Laws of Utah 1907, as amended, commonly known as the "Carey Act," which embraces NE 'iNW'A & NWSW& of Section 33 Township 17 South of Range 6 West do hereby give notice of my Intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that I have settled upon, reclaimed and cultivated said lands as required by the laws and the rules and regulations relative thereto before C D. McNeely who is the authorized representative of the State Land Board of the State of Utah at Delta, Utah on Feb. 12, 1953, by two of the following witnesses: Cecil K Ross, Entryman Dale Pearson of Delta, Utah J. M. Ross of Delta, Utah First publication Jan. 15,1953 Final publication Feb. 12,1953 tice shall have been given by personal per-sonal service, or by mail to the addresses of each stockholder, as shown by the books of the company, com-pany, and by advertisement once each week for at least two weeks in some newspaper published at the town or city where the present pres-ent place of business is located, or in case no such newspaper is published in such city or town, then Ln a newspaper having general gen-eral circulation therein, and the successors to those Directors removed re-moved shall be chosen at the same meeting. All vacancies among the officers of this corporation corpor-ation shall be filled by the Board of Directors and the officer so appointed ap-pointed to fill any vacancy shall hold such office until the next annual meeting of the shareholders sharehold-ers and until his successor is elected elec-ted and qualified. Each officer must give a bond upon qualifying in such sum as the Board of Directors Dir-ectors shall require. 4. To transact such other business bus-iness as may properly come before the meeting. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS s Ronald Mortensen President s Homer U. Petersen Secretary and Treasurer Date of first publication Jan. 8,1953 Date of last publication Jan. 29, 1953. A LITTLE INVESTMENT In a CLASSIFIED AD WILL PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 5 line or less 50c or 3 times for $1.00 NEW! Over 50 features! Reinforced cab construction, larger exhaust system. Tinted glass, rfew heaters available. PLUS moisture-proof moisture-proof ignition, floating oil intake, other famous features. SL'TIlfii&LAXD.. MRS. ZELDA OGDEN i i Jeff Jones is home after being confined to the Fillmore hospital ur a week. Mia. Cleo Ogden spent a week visaing her parents in ephi. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Janes are exuected home this week (rom their honeymoon and liiaine will j take up fanning. ! Mr. and Mrs. Vawn Morris of Pioche spent the weekend al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Bunker. They were on their way to Salt Lake City to attend the funeral of an uncle of Mrs. Morris' Fireside Chat lor the Junior Gleaners and Junior M-Men was held at the home of Heber Rose with "Youth Problem" being discussed dis-cussed with Ben Robison, Reid Tippetts and Frank Lyman there 16 help answer and discuss them with the youth of the ward. Also the MIA Maids and Explorers Ex-plorers held a Fireside Chat at the home of Ivan Sorenson. Mr. M. Ward Moody showed his films and gave an interesting talk on Hawaii. Visitors at Sunday School were Mr. Howard Ruff and Mr. John Tyegart of the BYU. Mr. Ruff sang two solos which were enjoyed by all present. Mr. Ruff is a music director at BYU. Myrle Barney was home for the weekend. Myrle is employed at Provo. Mr. and Mrs. Porter attended funeral services at Spring City for an uncle of Mrs. Porter. Home for the weekend from school were Virginia Henrie, Dorothy Dor-othy Corry, Elaine Sorenson, Donald Don-ald May. Boyd Jenkins, Delta resident of years ago and now living in Spanish Span-ish Fork, visited in Delta Tuesday. Will Receive Bids The Millard County Commissioners Commission-ers will receive bids on a quanitity of 30 drums of 2-4-D ethyl ester of butyl ester type weed spray at their next regular commissioners' meeting on February 4, 1953. Any one interested please submit sub-mit sealed bids. The Commissioners reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids. County Clerk NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Land and Survey Office Salt Lake City. Utah, Jan. 2,1953 NOTICE is hereby given that Glen Edward Spencer of Trout Creek, Utah, who, on November 2, 1948, made Homestead Entry, No. SL- 066546, for SWNWi, Nl-i SW U, Sec. 26; SE'lNEU, of Section 27, Township 13 S., Range 18 W., Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice no-tice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Leila j M. Newbold, Notary Public, at Trout Creek, Utah, on the eighteenth eigh-teenth day of February, 1953, Claimant names as witnesses: Clyde B. Peay, Trout Creek, Utah. George McMellen, Trout Creek, Ut. George E. Prince, Trout Creek, Ut. Fred W. Newbold, Trout Creek, Utah. Ernest E. House, Manager First publication Jan. 22, 1953 Final publication Veb. 19, 1953 Exiro-powerful brakes I Super-safe brakes give smooth stops, less driver fatigue, new increased stopping power on 1- through 2-ton 2-ton trucks! PLUS big braking surface with Cyclebond linings. PETERSON MOTOR COMPANY YOUR DODGE AND PLYMOUTH DEALER . . DELTA, UTAH 1). II. S. News BY ARLENE CGDEN BY ARLENE OGDEN Follies In behalf of the music department, depart-ment, under the direction of Evan Christensen, we wish to thank the j public for the fine support during dur-ing our annual production of the Follies. Parents' Day Parent's Day at Delta High school sch-ool has been set for February 12. Speaker fur the event will be W. Cleon Skausea , director of the alumni and public service at the Brigham Young University. Mr. Skausen was an agent for the F.B.I, for several years, and is rated as an outstanding speaker. The evening program will be put on by some of the BYU students. Exchange Assembly Thursday, Jan., 29, an Agriculture Agricult-ure foreign exchange student will tell of tier experiences in France. The assembly will be held at 1 P. M. Polio Drive The polio drive is well under way at the high school. Our first big donation was $10.00, from the Ag. Club. The class donating the most money will be honored at a free movie. We wish to thank the public for donating to this worthy cause at our last home game. The flag was passed and $68.33 was collected. collect-ed. C v&--. A - ft i The EXTRAS enhance the great x ; Bourbon r: V... O 1 n NOTICE OF PUBLICATION -FINAL PROOF FORM "F" We. C. A. Shields, Evelyn Shields, C. M. Shields, and Lorraine Shields all of Delta, Utah, who made entries en-tries Nos. 6S5, C8G, GST, and 735, respectively under provisions of Chapter 2, Title 75, Compiled Laws of Utah, as amended, commonly com-monly known as the "Carey Act," which embraces the, SliSW', and " WlsNWU, Sec. 21, fwp. 15 So., R. 7 W., applied for by C. A. Shields, and E'-.-NW'i and E'iSE'i, See. 28, Twp 15 So., R. 7 W., applied for by Evelyn Shields, and SE't NW'.i and ESNEU. Svc. 23, and SE'iNWU, Sec. 31, Twp. 15 S., R. 7 W., applied lor by C. M.' Shields, and SWU, Sec. 22, Twp. 15 S., R. 7 W., SLB&M, and each of us do hereby give notice of our intention to make final proof to establish our individual claims to the land above described, and that each of us expect to prove 'that we have settled upon, reclaimed and cultivated said lands as re-(jgired re-(jgired by the laws and the rules and regulations relative thereto before C. D. McNeely, who is the authorized representative of the State Land Board of the State of Utah at Delta, Utah, on February 27, 1953 by two of the following witnesses: I. H. Losee and Derral Christensen Christen-sen of Delta, Utah. C. A. Shields, Evelyn Shields, C. M. Shields, Lorraine Shields, Entry men. First publication Jan. 29, 1953. Final publication Feb. 26, 1953 Taste of OLD T......fY -fWxp- 3 I NRYIMcre Powerful Endnss! Power, plus! Seven big brawny engines with high horsepower and high compression compres-sion ratios, including three brand-new power plants. 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