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MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta. Utah. Thurs., Feb. 5, 1953 South Tvwt HARRIET TAYLOR Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nielson have returned from their trip to points south. The Fred Bakers are enjoying a new television set. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holman received re-ceived a telephone call from their son, Eugene, in Chicago where he was met by his aunt and uncle who live in Tampico, 111. Eugene is en route home from his 2 year mission in South Africa. He is expected ex-pected to arrive home on Sunday. Mrs. George Sampson went to Salt Lake City for medical care. Miss Darlene McCullough, her fiance, fi-ance, and his parents, were visitors at the home of Darlene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton McCullough McCul-lough over Sunday. An adult education class will begin Wednesday at the home of Betty Baker for all those interested interest-ed in interior decorating, with alternating al-ternating subjects to follow. Nearly everyone has had a bout with the flu except the Richard Bakers. However, they've had a bout of a different nature. Kind husband Richard helped out with the washing while his wife works at the school hot lunch room. After leaving last minute instructions feh Richard in the wash house, T-"r unthinkingly locked the door on the outside as she left and when Richard discovered it, he had only a pair of pliers to effect ef-fect his escape through a barricaded barri-caded window, which took nearly an hour. Fern isn't as meek and humble as she might be because Richard accidentally locked her in once! WE ARE NOW Contracting Wool For the Spring Clip Part payment now- o Balance on Delivery PHONE 2971, OR DROP A CARD TO DELTA HIDE SALVAGE BOX NO. 1227 Corner 4th West and 2nd North DELTA. UTAH WE BUY A POUND OR A CAR TOP MARKET PRICES ALWAYS )'J I PAYS FOR A j M ! -"nlANE CEDAR CHEST I i - f J I ' ' Striking. clea linl moder a f i i- ' ijm.m " mr" f design in lovely blood oak. " . ... " Hit tuiomatic trr. Pre- lfiJ - -OlT All THIS IN A MOOUM IANI. T j f fjtf .MfCl Hai.dtom.,l.n...lfr- World'. W IB lliX' Olf-IM Iffjl ,,00" Moth prot.ctio iuor.il. Dtign and nih to " : V "'" Utd by ! wwld'i harmonit witk .ny tor- PfkJ gr m i W lorgttl intwr.nc. rni. ailart ia any raam. ' " f D E LTfl'S DEPflRTfTIEfiT STORE JJ 1 - a MRS. ARPRILLA SCOW The Daughters of Pioneers of the Fanny Cropper Camp held their meeting Thursday at the home of Myrle Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allred returned return-ed home Thursday from a visit in Texas, with their son, Darrel, and family. Cecil Warner made a business trip to Salt Lake an Thursday. Mr. Lincoln Cropper was taken to Salt Lake City Thursday and he is now in the L. D. S. HospitaL We wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. Deloras Ogden entertained the One-High Rook Club at her home on Thursday evening. A very delicious luncheon was served after af-ter which rook was enjoyed by Bessie Webb, Beth Moody, Evah Conk, Arprilla Scow, Lucile Sampson, Samp-son, Fern Crafts, Ila Stanworth, and Deloras Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Johnson, attended funeral services In Salt Lake City on Friday for Jeff Carter. He was the father of Mrs. M. P. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson had spent the first part of the week in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ran Cahoon and son, Varlo and Merle Bennett, spent Saturday at Provo. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cahoon are in Salt Lake City where Elmer is receiving medical care. Among the basketball fans who atended the game at Provo Sat., evening were Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Dutson and sons, June and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Western, Henry Kent Dewsnup, Newel Knight Homer Ho-mer Jensen, Orin Allred, Phil Elia-son, Elia-son, Wildon and Cloyd Theobald. 0J. and Mrs. E. J. Eliason attended attend-ed the Farm Bureau meeting at Konash on Saturday. Exchange Vows In Mauti Temple Miss Virginia Henrie and Ray Tillman Johnson were married Friday, January 30, in the Manti temple. The ceremony was performed per-formed by President Louis Anderson. And-erson. Present for the ceremony were the parents Oi the young couple Mr. and Mrs. Culter Henrie, of Sutherland, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lile Johnson , of Lyndyl, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lyman, of Delta, Frank Johnson, of Hurricane, and and other members of the families. A reception honoring the new Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be given in Sutherland ward recreation hall Saturday evening, February 7. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Sugarville By Venice Davis !iss Phyllis Clar from Salt Lake City visited over the weekend week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill have gone to Oklahoma for a visit. Mrs. Leo Davis visited in Salt Lake City with friends and rela' tives over the weekend. Fireside chat was held in the Sugarville church house. Ralph Erickson had the program and a good time was had by alL Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Eliason made a trip to Fillmore, Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crafts and sons, Terry and Arlyn, spent Sun day at Provo. Wm. J. Conk, who has spent the past 24 months in the Armed for ces, has returned home with an honorable discharge. He is the son of Mrs. Evah Conk. Mrs. Fannie Bennett from Tooele visited at the home of Roy and MatiuSa Hales. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larson and son Rex from Spanish Fork, spent Sat. and Sunday at the home of Mrs. LartSSi's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Efiason. . Mrs. Louise Carling spent the past week at Salt Lake City visit ing with her husband, Robert, who is in the L. D. S. Hospital. Miss Anna Lou Dewsnup from Provo spent the week-end with her father. Mr. J. Harmon Dew snup. O Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Conk and children from Tod Park visited Sun day with Ralph's mother, Mrs, Evah Conk. Bishop 0. L. Dutson left Tues day morning for Colton, California with a load of bees. Mrs. Fern Warner is spending a few days at Ogden visiting with her sister, Myrtle Jennings and family. Melvin and Jay Warner v spent Tuesday at Garrison and Burbank, on business. Mrs. J. Layton Dewsnup was call ed to Salt Lake, Tuesday where her brother-in-law, Mr. Joseph D. Ruse, passed away. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hales spent a few days in Salt Lake City this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Western and son, Grant spent Thursday at Dug- way. DHS Boxers And Vresf lers Continue Wins The Delta High School boxing and wrestling squad continued their winning streak by dropping both Beaver and Provo, last week. Wednesday, January 28, Beaver came over to Delta, where they were gunning to even the score with us. (They lost to us earlier in the season.), but that only made the Delta matmen go after them all the more, and wolloped the the too eager Beavers by a score of 29 to 9. And Friday the 30 of January, they ventured to Provo, where they stacked up 34 points against the Provo contender's 17. Saturday Feburary 7, they will meet Millard, here, for their last match, before the regional meet on Feburary 14. Delta And Beaver Match J. Knight, Delta pinned CfSvatters, Beaver. 103 lbs. Orten Delta, dec. B. Smith, Beaver 111 lbs. T. Callister Delta, dec. Atkins, Beaver. 109 lbs. Hutchings, Beaver, dec. Bunker. Delta. 1181bs. J. Hollingshead, Delta pinned C. Bradshaw, Beaver. 117 lbs. F. Smith, Beaver dec. Baker, Delta 125 lbs. R. Callister Delta pinned G.. Bradshaw, Brad-shaw, Beaver. 131 lbs. Walker, Beaver dec. Shiply, Delta. 133 lbs. W. Knight, Delta pinned Carter, Beaver. 133 lbs. Steele Delta, dec. J. Watters, Bea-ver.O Bea-ver.O MaxQllack, Austin Lovell, Richard Ric-hard Snow, Stanley Hollingshead, Leon Alldredge, and Scott Skid-more, Skid-more, all of Delta fought in ex-ibitionr-bouts. Delta And Provo Match WRESTLING Overson, Delta pinned Anderson, Provo. Wardle, Provo pinned Vest, Delta. Cox, Provo pinned Baker, Delta. W. Knight, Delta pinned Clark, Provo. J. Hollingshead, Delta pinned Anderson, And-erson, Provo. Larson, Provo pinned Western, Delta. Del-ta. R. Callister, Delta pinned Draper, Provo. Nielson, Delta pinned Young Provo. Steele, Delta dec. M. Carter, Provo. Snow, Delta dec. Euuell, Provo. BOXING S. Hollingshead, Delta and Davis, Provo, drew Allredge, Derta dec. Durfy, Provo. OTotal score Delta 36 Provo 17. FOR SALE: 3-room house in Delta. See Russell Bunker, Delta. 2-19 FOR SALE: 60 shares of Deseret Irri. Co. water. See Talmadge Christensen. 212 GOOD CEDAR POSTS for sale. See Chester R. Corbett, Holden, Utah. 219 JUST LIKE THE GOOD OLD DAYS! GREAT STRAIGHT BOURBON THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS OLD STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 8S PROOF NATIONAL DISTILLERS PROD. CORP, ft Y. "j rj0 m tJ "The ' -f Bourbon Buyofthc Y SySr Ccnturf Delta And Millard Boxers, Vrestlers To Meet Feb. 7 February 7, the Millard High School boxers and Wrestlers will come to Delta where they will match their skill and strength against the Delta boxers and wrestlers. Millard hasn't beat Delta .in the last three years, in a boxing and wrestling match, and they figure that they are ready to do it now. So they will come over here with only . one thought in their mind, and that will be to beat Delta. And Delta will have the same thought in their minds. Delta just barely edged past the Eagles in their last encounter, by a very few points. In fact the winning team was decided on the last match of the evening. So. don't miss this fight, it will be the best one this season. It will begin at 8:00 p. m. in the Palomar. Delta O NAME G T F Ptc. Moody - 4 2 2 10 Roper " 0 0 0 0 Winfield 7 2 1 15 Floyd 2 11 6 10 Prestwich 0 5 2 2 Hansen 0 6 4 4 TOTALS 13 26 15 41 Hinckley NAME ( Robinson Theobald Carling Langston C. Theobald Taylor TOTALS G 8 T F Ptc. 5 4 20 2 10 0 4 3 1 5 2 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 14 23 12 40 Score By Quarters Delta 3 1 13 26 I 41 1 10 18-29 40 ! Hinckley Officials: Hansen and &iens MILLARD DIVISION W L Pet. Beaver 3 1 .750 Delta 3 1 .750 Hinckley 2 2 ".500 Parowan 2 2 .500 Millard .... 1 3 .250 Mil ford 1 3 .250 Senior Scout League Standings TEAM Delta 2nd Oak City Delta 1st Leamington Lynbjiyl Deseret Hinckley Delta 3rd Sutherland Sugarville Abraham W L Pet. 9 0 1.000 8 2 .800 8 2 500 6 4 .600 5 4 .556 4 5 .444 3 6 .333 3 7 .300 2 6 .250 2 6 .250 0 8 .000 o Last week's gomes Delta 2nd 34 Sutherland 29. Leamington 27 Delta 3rd 20. Deseret 43, Sutherland 34. Delta 1st 52, Sugarville 28. Delta 2nd won by forfiet from Abraham. v -J THESE WILL SELL.... Larry's Shadow 93 80 Choice Heref 55 Bulls 25 Females Herd Bulls j Select Females Choice Range Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Mitchell attended at-tended grave side services at Fillmore Fill-more Tuesday, for the infant daughter daug-hter oZ Mr. and Mrs. Verl Watts. Mrs. Watts is a niece of the Mitchells. 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PHONE 311 ords :, Bulls f Lady Mixer 18 We have plenty o! range tolls for sale at private treaty Monday Feb. 9 at 7:30 p. m., Iva Mitchell, president of American Ameri-can Legion Aux. Nnit 117, will act as hostess to call unit members and Delta Garden Club, at her home. IISI for ! FWMfa, ?fff I J?r fr WW1 PETERSON BROS, HEREFORD SALE FEB. 25, 1953 OGDEN, UTAH , n 's :rr i ' , '. ... - - .