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MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICli Delta, Utah, Thurs., Feb. 5, 1953 The Millard County Chronicle Published Every Thursday at Delta, Utah, By CHRONICLE PUBLISHING COMPANY Frank S. Beckwith and Athena Beckwith Cook Owners Athena Beckwith Cook Editor Frank S. Beckwith Business Manager Entered as Second Class Delta, Utah, under the Act FOR SALE: 8-inch bench saw and motor. Cheap, ph. 101. pd. FOR SALE: One four room house with other building. Will deliver the house to your lot for $2000.00. Call or write, Wayne Thomas, 855 East 1st South, Spanish Fork. ph. 347W. TYPEWRITER.. REPAIRS: Have your typewriters or adding machines mach-ines repaired or cleaned by the Mobile Typewriter Shop for expert workmanships Will be in Delta the week ofYeb. 9. Leave your machines at the Chronicle office for pick-up. FOR SALE: 500 chick capacity electric brooder, practically new. $18.00. R. A. Anderson, Hinckley. DELTA BUS LINE Daily to Salt Lake and Return Leave Delta 6:30 a.m. Leave Continental Bus Depot In Salt Lake City 4:50 p.m. Good Schedule for 1-day Trip DAILY FAST EXPRESS To and from Salt Lake City 51.25 per hundred under ten pounds. 52c FOR LIGHT OR 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 UPHOLSTERY Cedar City, Utah Truck Will Be In Delta Once a Week With Free Pick-Up and Delivery TF FOR RENT: 4-room apartment. Partly furnished. See Heber Curtis, phone 392. Red 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: 2 bedroom modern home Just east ol the new school la Delta. Large lot and adjacent lot on Main Street, Ideal for a moteL Large enough Zor six lots. See Mr. or Mrs. Ray Skinner, ph. 46L TF M. J. HARRIS ANNOUNCES New weldin? Shnn nonnrtaWa uM Go any place to the work. Ixcat-dale ed 2 blocks South Center. Phone, 97 Jl. 25 pd WILL TRADE Motor Scooter, la good condition, for saddle horse. See Harold Melnhardt, Delta RFD. 25 pd FOR SALE: 40 shares of Deseret Irrigation Water Stock. Submit offers of-fers to C. H. Pratt, box 41 Ogden, Utah. LOST: Saddle horse, buckskin with white right front and back hooves. Also small white star on forehead. fore-head. Reward. Clair Gardner, Jr. Ph. 332. pd. DOG LICENSES: Dog licenses on dogs in the City of Delta are due Feb. 1, 1953, with March L, 1953. as the deadline for obtaining a dog license. All dogs unlicensed or loose after 7 p. m. until 6 a.m., unless on leash, will be picked up. Dog owners with dogs unlicensed after March 1, will be in viola tion of a Delta City ordinance pertaining to unlicensed dogs and will be subject to a fine. Dog licenses can be obtained from Carl L Miller, Delta city Mar shal, or at the Delta City office. 212 WE ARX SHOWING new spring lines of ladies and growing girls oxfords, straps, pumps, sandals. D.J Stevens & Co. Shoe Dept ' matter at the Postoflice at of Congress, March 3, 1879 LET'S TRADE: Trade your old mattress on a new Simmons Beauty Beau-ty Rest mattress. See our new stocks. D. Stevens & Co. Furniture Dept, LOST: one small silver-tipped fox. The pair belongs to Scott Ivie, and got out. The male was retrieved re-trieved by boys and dogs. Any information of the whereabouts of the female would be appreciated, Mrs. Gwen Ivie, ph 942. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 160 acres, 12 inch flowing well, flows 2 sec. ft., overnight pond 512,000 280 acres, with 10 inch flowing well, overnight pond. Newly leveled and planted $23,800 80 acres, all cultivated, 120 shares of Deseret water, all for $12,00 180 acres, all cultivated, 10-rm. house, corrals, sheds, etc. 180 shares Delta Canal water. The complete set up for $42,500 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 Melnhardt, 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 24 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 ruti sale on TRADE: e- room modern home with 10 acres under cultivation, near Sugarville, for a place near or in Delta. Call 118N3 2-5 RUG WEAVING: Have your rugs woven before spring house cleaning. clean-ing. Mrs. Otis Corbett. 212 USED CARS 1949 Dodge, just overhauled 1950 Chevrolet, one owner. 1951, Chevrolet, Power Glide 1939 Chevrolet, will run. M & M Motor Company Formerly Peterson Motor Co SHOP FOR NEW BATES and Avon- abrIcs for B?rlng- New 8tocks display 8t D- Stevens Co' Dry Goods Dept n "I -found ihe greatest whistey value in town.-when I , discovered costly taste... thats still at a fnce I can afford... CAR5TAIRS!"Kvi iry n CARSTAiRS EROS. CISTIIUNG CO, INC, - L . . ..:.:L'" - ; .L..s.sl " Ji" " ' ! " " - .:..r, .. , ,. - ...-...., J FOR SALE: Bert Taylor's home in Delta. Inquire to Mrs. Elida Tay lor, ph. 952. IX FOR RENT:Completly furnished apartment. Hot and cold water also al-so heat furnished. Automatic washer. wash-er. Close to school, church and business district. See L. H. Johnson. John-son. Or phone 811. 219 pd. FOR SALE: A trumpet of the best quality and make. Am including a case to go with it. If interested please contact Kent Bishop or call 1561. LOST: Brown leather double money mon-ey purse, that folds and snaps. Contained about $25 in currency and change. Please notify, if found Mrs. Enid Bunker, ph. 1684. Reward. Re-ward. LOST: Brow saddle mare, three white feetvFinder please notify Brog Hopkins 2-16 DELTA LIVESTOCK AUCTION will ship hogs Feb 4 and Feb. 18. 2-19 GENTLEMEN; We invite you to see our new spring line of Flor-sheim Flor-sheim oxfords. Now on display In the Shoe Dept. D. Stevens & Co. 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 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION FINAL PROOF Form "F" I, Cecil K. Rossof Delta, Utah, who made entryNo. 675, under provisions of Chapter 2, Title 75, Compiled Laws of Utah 1907, as amended, commonly known as the "Carey Act," which embraces NE yNWVi & NW14SW& 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 io pruve uim i nave seiuea 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 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'SWNWK, N1 SW U, Sec. 26; SE14NEV4, 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 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 Feb. 19, 1953 FOB BETTER RESULTS ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE mifiin'-ni JM " ' loaayi NEW YCRK, N.Y. BUNDED WHISKEY. Black flock MRS. MERRILL MILLER Some time ago Mrs. Donnetta Hardy whispered in the ear of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murdock, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Clay, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dealer and Miss Gladys Gospil, all of Milford and Mr. and Mrs. Mont Works, Mrs. Seth Jackson, and of course Floyd Hardy all of Delta and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller and Walter Miller of Black Rock, to assemble at the Black Rock ranch to sing Happy Birthday to Mrs. Hampton Burke. This was all carried out in perfect timing. It did not take long for each lady to put her dish out on the table and presto, birthday dinner was served. Redd Mitchell of Fillmore was a dinner guest of the Merrill MillersJ Many music loving people gathered gath-ered Sunday night to hear the choir of the Milford Methodist church sing the "Messiffh." It was beautifully done and we must all say thanks to the conductor, the Reverend Mr. Nie. It took a great deal of time on his part as well as the choir. I am sure that they feel repaid from the congratulations congratula-tions which they received. Miss Gladys Gospil served a delicious de-licious supper in her home in Mil ford after the "Messiah" to the following: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller, Walter Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Al Bealer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morris and Mrs. L. G. Clay. Obe Nelson returned to his sheep herd after traveling to Salt Lake City to attend the meetings of the Utah Wool Growers association. Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Callister were in Salt Lake City Saturday and Sunday and attended the Fred Waring concert Saturday night in the Tabernacle. An audience of 8,000 heard Mr. Waring and his Pennsylvanians. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nielson returned home last Thursday after a trip of two weeks touring in New Mexico Mex-ico and Arizona. They visited Phoenix, Phoe-nix, Mesa, Globe, Albuquerque, Carlsbad Caverns, and other sites, and crossed Into old Mexico at Juarez. 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. 685, 686, 687, 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 SHSW14 and WViNW'i, Sec. 21, Twp. 15 So., R. 7 W., applied for by C. A. Shields, and E4NW1i and ESEV4, Sec 28, Twp 15 So., R. 7 W., applied for by Evelyn Shields, and SEV4 NW4 and ENE, Sec. 33, and SEViNW',4, Sec. 34, Twp. 15 S., R. 7 W., applied for by C. M. Shields, and SW&, Sec. 22, Twp. 15 S., R. 7 W., SLB&M, applied for by Lorraine Shields, 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 required re-quired 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 Christen- sen of Delta, Utah. G A. Shields, Evelyn Shields, C. M. Shields, Lorraine Shields, Entrymen. First publication Jan. 29, 1953. Final publication Feb. 26, 1953 A LITTLE INVESTMENT In a CLASSIFIED AD WILL PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 5 line or less 50c or 3 times for $1.00 86 PROOF, 11 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS ill C V 1 Leamington MRS. MABEL HARDER Mrs. David Linge and two children child-ren of Henderson, Nevada, have been visiting the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nielson. Mrs. Nathan La Rue accompanied accompan-ied Mrs. Delbert George and children child-ren on a ten day visit with relatives rela-tives in Cotter, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Nielson visited vis-ited relatives here over the week end. Mrs. Margaret Ritchie, who is in the Nephi hospital, is still ill and shows little improvement. She is unable to take but little nourish ment and seems getting weaker. Becky Harder, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harder had her tonsils removed Saturday at the Nephi hospital. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ralphs of Aberdeen, Idaho, visited several days last week with their daughter, daugh-ter, Mrs. Dick Nielson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Finlin-son Finlin-son spent several days in Salt Lake City this week. Sam Jensen drove to Salt Lake City Wednesday where he attended attend-ed the wedding and reception for his daughter, Ruth, on Thursday. He returned on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCune were in Salt Lake City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Finlinson drove up to the City on Monday. Annette Nielson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nielson, was in the hospital from Wednesday to Friday of this week. Mrs. Ben Stephenson has been staying jwjtjk Mrs. Earl Greathouse in Lynn ay 1 Velping to care for her mother, who is quite ill. The school children have been rehearsing for a thirty minute program pro-gram which will be broadcast over Richfield station on February 12. Tape recordings of the program will be made by the station engineer en-gineer on Friday of this week. All are urged to check the time of this broadcast and tune in on our own children performing. The Clead Nielson family from Lynndyl furnished the program for Sacrament meeting Sunday evening. eve-ning. Josiah Nielson, in the Veteran's hospital in Salt Lake City, is still on the critical list. Pneunonia had set In and although he apparently was recovering from that, his general gen-eral condition is little improved. Mrs. Nielson and the boys have all been keeping almost constant vigil with him. Mrs. Harry E. Short, and children, child-ren, Raymond and Karen, from Reno, Nev., visited In Delta during the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bringhard. She will return to Elko, Ne., where the Shorts are now moving to make their home. Sgt. Grant L. Twitchell, from Hill AFB, spent the weekend in Delta visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Zephyr Ze-phyr Steele. He says the weather broke eight records this January such as more bright days, less snow, more water content and so on. Jf : m? s i f i ' A 4?' A-- 7 fx 'A ! '' i; H.' - fO'V t! ?r 1 Jy Yoxive dot to feit to believe it ! NEW WONDER RIDE IN THE '53 FORD Every road in America has been "repaved"! At least, that's the way it will feel to you when you Test Drive Ford's new W onder Ride. A combination of '53 Ford ride features, including more responsive springs . . new softer shock absorber action Ford's wide front tread . . . and low center of gravity ... are blended together to give you amazing smoothness on all road surfaces. ' a ufwle juw concept cf anting cemjort and WM iidwof Krs op'iowot at accwoHi ' tnm Mfeta See it . . .Value Check mmmm - Oak City - Mae H. Shiple? Sunday evening the MIA was in charge of the meeting. The pro-' gram was given by the Explorers and Scouts. Stake Scout men Art ; Reeves and Dick Shurtliff were present. Badges were awarded by j Ivan Shipley to Boy Scouts and , their mothers. Talks were given' by Cloyd Talbot, Reece Finlinson, Lyman Finlinson and Pres. Bruce i Lovell. Music was a piano solo by' George Talbot and a saxaphone , solo by Austin Lovell. The Primary gave a short skit explaining the drive for Primary pennies. President and Mrs. LeRoy Mal-lory Mal-lory of Salt Lake City will be the guests of the Roed Lovell family Sunday, February 8th. The late; Niel W. Lovell served as mission; secretary to President Mallory in Tahiti. The visitors will speak in Sacrament meeting Sunday evening eve-ning in the Oak City ward and tell of their experiences in the Tahitan mission. Anyone interested will be welcome to attend. Samuel Dutson of Roberts, Idaho, visited his brother, Eddy Q. Dutson Dut-son and other relatives and friends fri-ends in Oak City The fast meeting held immediately immedi-ately after Sunday school was well attended. The little daughter, Vivian, Vi-vian, of Mr. and Mrs.. Gordon Nielson Niel-son was blessed. Very fine testimonies testi-monies were given especially by the four young men leaving this month for the service, and other speakers. Miss Amelia Dean of Beaver spent the past week with her sister, sist-er, Mrs. Alice Anderson and family. fam-ily. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Christensen visited in Salt Lake City Sunday. Mrs. Christensen's father is at a hospital in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Clarence East visited several sever-al day in Provo last week. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Talbot of Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Sey-more Sey-more Memmott of Scipio visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Talbot on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Talbot of Ogden visited in Oak City over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lovell and son, Merton, spent a few days in Salt- Lake City and Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson, Miss Margene Anderson and Mis3 Afton Roper were visitors at Provo Friday. They attended the BYU game Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Anderson and daughters, Shirley, Arlene and Rosalie, visited at Gunnison last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Finlinson spent the weekend visiting in Provo. Melvin Roper and Wilford Sheriff Sher-iff made a trip to Melvin's farm in Idaho last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nielson of Fillmore were Oak City visitors Saturday and Sunday. Saturday night, Feb. 7, a fare well party will be held for the four young men, who are leaving for the service next week. They are Elwood Lovell, Scott Sheriff, Merton Lovell and Fred Anderson. The program will be at the quirt. v ra cost t qwpm, dang " mac. JtasB it . . .Test Drive it Akraliaui PEGGY FRANKLIN The Gold and Green ball .was well attended last Wednesday in spite of the fact that several people peo-ple were down with the '11 u. The hall was decorated in the Hawaiian Hawai-ian theme and leis were given at the door to each person as they arrived. The floor show was danced dan-ced by the young girls in the ward, while a quartet of boys, Jerry Blanch, Myron Taylor, Hal Young and LaVoy Tolbert sang and accompanied the hula girls with guitar and ukelele, and La Voy sang the theme song " Song of the Islands." Hawaiian punch was served to everyone. We want to thank every one for coming out and especially thank all those who helped with the dances, songs, flowers, decorations decor-ations and serving. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tolbert and family from Tooele visiter Saturday Satur-day and Sunday With Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tolbert 'and sons attended the wedding dance of Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Tolbert in Leamington Saturday night. La Voy Tolbert took part on the program. pro-gram. A correlation meeting with the bishopric and all officers and the teachers in the Abraham branch was held Monday evening. The M IA young women officers served cookies and punch. Miss VaLay Deem is home with the measles and was unable to dance in the floor show at the Gold and Green ball. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Marstella had their small daughter blessed in church Sunday. They named her Denise. Barbara has been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor this past week. , Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mitchell and son and daughter attended Sunday school here Sunday and afterwards enjoyed a good dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Tolbert Tol-bert and family. Three little boys in the community com-munity 'have just celebrated their very first birthdays. They are Douglas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Brady, Donald, the son of Mr. and(5jrs. Earl Peterson, and Kim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Franklin. Alva and Eugene Young made a trip to Ely, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fullmer and two children visited over the weekend in Tooele and Magna with their sisters and brothers. Rodney Fullmer has recovered just fine after his tonsil operation last week. chapel at 8 p.m., followed by a dance at the recreation hall. Refreshments Re-freshments of all kinds will be sold to assist in the expenses of the M Men basketball team for the tournament next week at Spanish Fork. Everyone is invited. Fireside chat was held Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Anderson. Scott Sheriff showed pictures and told of his experiences experien-ces in the mission field. There were forty present at this meeting and to enjoy the refreshments served. ser-ved. r.o r. a 2 urrn S-jl arTUg il-z r ar ----- -- - , . . ...