A3c Monan Lovell is a new subscriber to the Chronicle beginning begin-ning this week, and will receive his papers in North Africa as fast as the mail will get them there. He has a New York APO. -sW WHAT MADE YOU SICKPOlt? I PLAYED WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DaWAJE ANDTHI ICC BUSTED. THE DOC10Z SENT A PRESCRIPTION TO SERVICE 1 DRUG CO. AN MOM SAYS NCTT TIME I'll HAVE TO F1N0 A SAFER if TO SE A HERO 1 31akts Report To Auxiliary 117 Auxiliary men-.bers of the Unit 117 met Die the home ol Pres-lva Pres-lva Mitchell Monday night. Mrs. Mitchell gave a report on the orientation or-ientation classes that are beinj held at the LDS Primary Children's hospital and the Veterans" hospital at Kort Douglas in Sait Lake City Mis. Mitchell and Mrs. Gladys Carter are taking the training at the Children's hospital and upon completing the course will give one day's service a week to the chiUren. A project has been accepted by the Department and a room will be furnished by all .the Units in the state at a cost of $1400.00 To complete the Unit Americanism American-ism program Flag Codes will be presented to the 17 Scout troops in the Didstrict and a new wool American flag will be placed in the ScoufDistrict for use at the Courts of Honor. The record of the national anthem will be given to the Sutherland school. FOR BETTER RESULTS-ADVERTISE RESULTS-ADVERTISE IN THE CHRONICLE How to get top performance from your car I i You'll always get smooth, even performance from your car and have more enjoyable driving if you use Chevron Supreme Gasoline. That's because it delivers a correct balance of all 8 high-performance qualities needed to get the most from engines quick starting, fast warm-up, smooth acceleration, economy mileage, full power, vapor-lock prevention, preven-tion, anti-knock, and area blending. You can always get Chevron Suprem gasoline at home or wherever you drive in the West. So keep your tanks filled and let Chevron Supreme give you top performance every mile you drive. For more information about Standard Oil Company of California products, call your local Standard man L. H. (SPEED) RIDING PHONE 551 DELIA. tiTAH DcltnF.F.A. Chapter ws By Jack Nielson Our Chapter Sweetheart who will represent the chapter at the State F.F.A. Convention, is Miss LuJean Roper. She was picked out of a group consisting of four girls, herself, Dorene Moody, Janet Bunker, Bun-ker, and Kae Henrie The judges said the competition was very close in this contest. We hope LuJean can go up to the convention conven-tion and bring back the honors. The officers who will head the Chapter next year, are; Frank Eaker. president , Reggi Pfjjpn, vice-president, Orland Ogdeff "Sec., Jack Nielson, reporter, Max Nielsen, Niel-sen, treasurer, and Joe hie, sentinel. sent-inel. In our assembly Friday, Feb. 27, the F. F. A. emblem figures were described and there were good serious and humorus acts shown on the stage. This all turned out a very good assembly. I think we should congratulate Eldon "Buddy" Nielson, for he won this atea's "Carl Raymond Gray" Scholarship of $100 to be used to help his education on as a farmer. Scott Skidmore of our Chapter, was chosen as an alternate for the award. On March 2nd, the Ag. enterted several teams in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest between the Ag Dub and Student Government class. The out come has not yet been announced. Merrill Nielson gave our class the talk he will -use in the regional re-gional Public Speaking contest. It was very good. Our F. F. A. banquet will toe put off until March 16. Sugarville The Relief Society had the Sunday Sun-day night program. The theme was "An Invitation to Happiness." Happin-ess." Mrs. Eleanor Nielson from Lynndyl was the stake officer present. A good program was given giv-en and enjoyed by a large crowd. Cal Boothe is home again from his operation and is doing fine. He will have to return to remove the stitches. The MIA gave a big supper Thursday night for the Bul'.ding Fund. A large crowd was out and a good supper and program were enjoyed by all. Dancing ended the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Garcia and two children and Charlotte Clark from Tooele visited with' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clark over the weekend. They also visited with young Dick Clark before he goes to Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedquist from Provo, visited in Delta Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mortensen and helped celebrate cele-brate Mrs. Mortensen's birthday. IT'S HOUSECLEAlflNG TIME "AGAIN But that shouldn't be such a big worry with Reddy Kilowat to help Am v I A I WAVS LET REDDY DOITJ o You wash your curtains, blankets and clothes. He keeps your water hot all hours of the day and night, so your cleaning is easier. I i Reddy also cooks your meals automatically and helps clean your rugs, walls and drapes. Let Reddy help you more this year. Let Reddy Do It!" TELLURIDE POWER COMPANY Feed Silage For Fat Stock Pete Stewart made some silage from alfalVa last year. It smelled awful. But when Curley Hepworth asked him how the cows liked it, Pete said, "They'll crawl over the fence after it " Wells Robison has asked, "Why vonldn't grass in hay be alright ,'or hay silage? And when it is plowed up, why wouldn't the grass and alfalfa make a better manure crop?" Some feed may be better than others, but cattle like anything that grows here. Mel Sharp told if a steer he raised on smother weed, ''Since he was taken off the cow, he didn't have S3 worth of anything besides smother weed. When he was butchered, the Armour Ar-mour man looked at him and said he wouldn't have any trouble grading gra-ding him choice." Mel said, "He was fat as a show animal." By Justin M. Smith Ibapali . BY BETTY CALLOWAY Mr. and Mrs. Reid Trimble and small son and daughter, from Ely, Nev., were guests of Mrs. Trimble's Trim-ble's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kelley. Mr and Mrs. Bob Droubay from Tooele, Utah, spent the weekend with Mrs. Drougbay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Christiansen, at the Last Chance Ranch. Also Jimmy Christiansen, who is attending school in Tooele, was with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lange and daughter Karen, visited with Mrs. Lange's parents, Mr. and Mrs. wade Calloway, on Saturday.They also attended the dance iW Ibapah with other guests of the valley. All reported a wonderful time. . Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hicks and family fam-ily are visiting with Mr. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Hicks in Salt Lake City, and with Mrs. Hilda Erickson, Jay's grandmother, in Grantsville. Mrs. W. A. Weaver is visiting relatives in Grantsville this week. Mr. W. A. Weaver spent Wednesday Wednes-day night in Wendover with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Shepherd, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mower, daughter daug-hter Judy, and Miss Connie Demke and Miss Mary Hansen, from Salt Lake City, spent the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin John son. Mrs. Audrey Cook is spending a few days in Ely, Nev., visiting her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dovle Littledike. Mrs. May Trimbl-eturned to her home in Fillmore after spending spend-ing some time here in Ibapah with her sister, Mrs. Blanch West. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Snively, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Snively made a trip to Ely, Nev, Saturday on bus- III nek lioek MRS. MERRILL MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller were in Richi.eld on Saturday. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vick Stokes and familj. Hamp Burke spent a few days in Salt Lake City. Reed Mitshell of Fillmore was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Miller. Jusli Turner and Ray Paxton of Kanosh, Newell Anderson oi Richfield, Rich-field, and Bud George of Kanosh. stopped in at the Black Rock Ranch Ran-ch beTore starting the Spring gathering gath-ering of the Taft Paxton cattle. Mrs. Tampton Burke attended the going awav party for Mr. and Mrs. John Stahl, of Milford. Hats off to the Beaver County road men. They have demonstrated demonstra-ted that they know how to make roads. Te road from the county line to Milford is in excellent condition con-dition and smooth as a ribben. Sorry we cannot say that about the Millard County roads. The deep dried-up ruts often filled with hand picked sagebrush gives evidence evid-ence where some unlucky person spent some very miserable hours. This is indeed a credit to the County. But there is one thing to be thankful for, and that is that many will not forget this lack of service when the next election runs around. Sutherland l-II Lives ork Xews Th meeting was called to order i by Pres. Don Bunker. It was start- j ed off by singing "America, the j Beautiful," led by Louis Ivie, and j saying the 4-H pledge. j Mrs. LaVar Owens was a visitor I and told up about her visit to the! l-II school in Logan. The next I meeting will be held in the Suth-I eriand chapel March 23. i By Floyd Bishop j MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah, Thurs., March 12,1953 Mrs. Emily Twitchell went to Salt Lake City for a few days last weekend, returning to Delta Saturday. jffi"li UTAH POOir yi" Your 5 Yeoman LaVar Ellis and his wife and two children from Salt Lake City, visited in Delta over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ellis. mess. i Mr. and Mrs. Shrem Cook, who are employed by Gulf Research at Montello, Nev., made a quick trip home to Ibapah Saturday to see how things were going. Army Surplus Plywood boxes, 13"xl3V.64" with handles Water Tight Metal Boxes 12" x 15" x 11',." with handles 5 Gal. 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