Hew Bishopric Sustained At Hinckley Volume 45 Number 32 Delta, Utah, Thursday, January 27, 1955 $3.50 a Year in Advance h Present Opera Wednesday And Thursday Leoasrd Vodofi Receives DSA For 19i It) 1 I t if Hoy Hilton, center, was sustained sus-tained as bishop of Hinckley ward. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at ward conference con-ference Sunday, Jan. 16. Bishop Walter Ekins was released. Delta First Ward i. . i - f Ned Church, at front, was sustained sus-tained as bishop of Delta First ward. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in ward conference con-ference Sunday night, Jan. 23. Deseret stake presidency. Deseret Stake Sets n if 7ith 39 Eagle Awards Due February 10 Deseret Stake will set a new record in scouting on February 10 when 39 boys will receive an Eagle Scout award making a total of 214 Eagle Scouts in Deseret Stake. This number is believed to be the greatest number of Eagle Scouts in any one similar district in the LDS church. It is an outstanding record of boys receiving an Eagle award in Deseret Stake and has not teen excelled throughout the church. Hinckley ward sets a record of its own with twenty-eight boys from troops 147 and 2147 receiving receiv-ing awards under the direction of their scout masters Sheldon Western Wes-tern and Cleone Talbot. Delta First ward has two boys from troop 2140 with Max BenneU as Explorer leader.. Delta Second ward has four boys from troop 141 with Larry Clark as scoutmaster. Delta Third ward has three boys and one Explorer leader receiving an Eagle award from troop 143. Will Present Pngcnt Sunday Deseret Stake Relief Society will present the pagent "Go Forth and Preach Unto This People", at union meeting Sunday, January 30, at 3 p. m.. in the chapel of Deseret Stake House. The pagent is a dramatization of characters from the Book of Alma, of the Book of Mormon. Characters are portrayed by Jean Gardner, Myrle Bennett, Evan Gardner. Nels Clark. Ned Church, Eldon Eliason. and the Singing Mothers. Square Daneing And Hound, Too There will be square dancing and round dancing, too, Thursday-night Thursday-night at Delta First Ward, according accor-ding to E-ots and Ews. R,und dancing will be from 8:30 p. m. to l':30 P- ni.. and square dancing wall begin at 9:30. Newel Day, from FilL-nore. wiU call, and everyone is invited to be C er Deseret Stake Singing Mathers w.:i practice Sunday, Jan. 30. at 2 p. m.. in the stake house. Eldon Hurst, left, was sus-stamea sus-stamea cs tirst counselor to Bishop Hilton, and Oren Bliss, right, was sustained as second counselor. Earl Workman and Carl Hardy were named ward clerks. Names New Bishopric June W. Black, Jay Nelson and Verdell Bishop, effected the reorganization. re-organization. Arthur Jensen, front right, was sustained as first counselor, and Fenton S. Gardner, left at back, second counselor. Scouting Record Arjaan Dekker is the scoutmaster. The 39th boy is from Sutherland Suther-land ward troop 2153 with Roger Walker as scoutmaster. These boys will receive their awards at a special court of honor and banquet to be held in Deseret Stake House on February 10 at 7 p. m. An invitation has been extended to the General Superintendency of the YMMIA to attend and be the guest speakers. Arrangements for the court of honor are going forward under the direction of Dean Harder of Leamington, Leam-ington, advancement chairman of Deseret stake; Frank Bishop, Delta, district explorer commissioner; A. H. Reeve of Hinckley, secretary of court of honor; Woodrow Dennett of Payson, field scout executive; Seth Jackson, Delta, district scout commissioner; Robert Faris, Delta, neighborhood commissioner; Leslie Les-lie Bennett, Delta, Deseret Stake YMMIA officer, and Max Johnson, Sutherland, district chairman. Millard County Jr. Livestock Shov Dates Set Millard County Junior Livestock show dates will be May 24-25, 1955. In the past the show has been held the last week of school, but this year wiU be held after school closes, as a result of the request by Supt. Wright. Services Sunday At Comm. Clmreh Worship services will be conducted con-ducted at the Delta Community-Church Community-Church Sunday January" 30, 1955 at 11:00 A.M. Worship will be led by Elder James Henry Camp of the Community Com-munity Presbyterian Church in American Fork. Utah. The theme of the service will be "Paul gives us some Pictures of Christians"". The Scriptural basis for tVje theme is found in the 12th chapter i the book of Romans. Mr. ani M:s. C. M. Pace spent Monday and Tuesday in Sal: Lake S City. f 1 " . .q ' v H -; I ' ft . . - W .3 J Released with Bishop Ekins were Leonard Palmer, first counselor, Eldon Hurst, second counselor, Dana Pratt and Carl Theobald, ward clerks. Deseret stake presidency effected the reorganization. J Floyd Hardy, right at back, is the new ward clerk. Released were Dr. M. E. Bird, bishop, and counselors Leigh Maxfield and Homer Petersen, Arthur Jensen, Fenton Gardner and G. B. Huff, clerks. IleLov Theobald Slouiv Gains DeLoy Theobald, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Theobald, of Hinckley, Hin-ckley, is slowly recovering from burns received in a gasolne explosion ex-plosion at Hinckley Saturday night, Jan. 15. The boy has been at the LDS hospital in Salt Lake since the accident, and his condition has been reported "poor". He was burned about the face, arm and leg. His father returned home Tuesday Tues-day for a short stay, and said DeLoy De-Loy was slightly better. It will he another four days before bandages band-ages will be removed from his hand, and the damage from the burns estimated. Delia Couple Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts, Delta residents for the past 37 years, celebrated their golden wedding wed-ding anniversary January 19. They were married in Salt Lake City 50 years ago, and later received their temple endowments at Manti. Both Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are natives of Lehi, Utah. Mrs. Roberts was Amanda Schow before her marriage. Their early man-ied life was spent in Idaho, around Lincoln, Lin-coln, Burley, Idaho Falls, where Mr. Roberts was employed by the sugar factory. He came to Delta with the Amalgated Sugar Co., in 1917. as field man, when the sugar factory' was first operated at Delta. He was later employed with Utah-Idaho Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., and after the sugar factory was removed, he remained here and farmed. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends, who congratulate them on their golden anniversary. They are members of the LDS church, and have resided in Delta First Ward all their years in Delta. They have six sons, Melvin. at Electric City, Wash.. Daryl. Juneau, Alaska. Elwood. San Francisco. Orlin. Delta, Glen. Tacoma. Wash.. ' and Thayne. Los Anges. and twi daughters, Mrs. Quin 'Vernal Shpp i herd. Delta, and Mrs. Maurice Beth Holman. Billings, Montana. They were honored guests at a dinner party on their anniversary I et the h:me of Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Roberts. Guests were Mrs Bianche Works. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. M irt en-sen, en-sen, of Delta, and Mr. and Mrs Peter H. Peterson, of Oas s. "Love Pirates of Hawaii", tuneful tune-ful lisht opera in two acts, is be-'ng be-'ng presented Wednesday and Thursday night at Delta high school auditorium, at 7:30 p. m. both nights, by Delta Junior High School. Leading roles are taken by Gay Robinson, David Church, William Dutson, Varlo Cahoon, Norma Faye Sledge, Marilyn Allred, Jolinda All-dredge, All-dredge, Sybile Sheriff, and Judy Turner. There is a chorus of 80 students. Evan Christensen, music instructor, instruc-tor, is director, and Principal D. A. Allred has coached the speaking parts. Coralie Ogden and Sally Nielson are accompanists for the production. Admissions will be 50 cents for adults, and 25 cents for children. Desert Sentinels Invited To Sing In Tabernacle An invitation has been received from Mrs. H. B. Mensel, president of the Utah Federated Music clubs, to the Desert Sentinels male chorus chor-us for the group to participate -on their annual state music convention, conven-tion, which will be held in the Salt Lake L.D.S. tabernacle on the evening of March 5. The Sentinels have been asked to sing two numbers and at the climax of the concert they will join with other choruses in a large mixed chorus to sing two numbers under the direction of Prof. Crawford Craw-ford Gates of the BYU music department. de-partment. This will be the fourth time during dur-ing the past few years that the Sentinels have had the rare and joyous experience of singing in the historical and famed Mormon tabernacle. President Myron E. Bird states that all the members of the chorus are planning, and looking forward to making the trip and filling this unusual invitaton. Benefit programs in the immediate imme-diate future are scehduled for Red mond LDS w-ard Saturday, Jan. 20, Moroni Thursday, eFb. 10th, and at Milford February 17. Special numbers will consist of trumpet solos by Kenneth Graham Gra-ham and the Sentinel quartet. A girls vocal trio consisting of Chlo-een Chlo-een Callister, Karen Sanderson and Iris Holman, with Karen Sanderson, Sand-erson, soprano soloist will highlight high-light the Moroni concert. Adult Education Classes Are Being Organized Delta Parents-Teachers Association Associa-tion and Millard school district are cooperating to set up the Adult Education classes for the first of February. Anyone interested in joining the classes is asked to call Mrs. Bertha Owens or Mrs. Louise Lyman, and give their name and class desired. Two classes have been set up at this time. Farm Mechanics, with Mr. Richards, is now in progress. Art, with Mrs. Beth Anderson and Mrs. Myrtis Peterson as instructors will begin Thursday at 3:30 p. m., at Delta elementary school. Other classes include Shop and Applied Art, with Lee Williams; Physical Education for Women, by Shirley Bowman; Type and Bookkeeping. Book-keeping. Willard Atkin, and Vocational Voca-tional Agriculture, Marven Ogden. Helta ITA Meet Slated Feb. 2 Delta Parents-Teachers Association Associa-tion will meet Wednesday night, Feb. 2. at 7:30 p. m. in Delta H.gh School auditorium. Dr. Oborn, from the state Depart ment of Health, will be the speaker. spea-ker. Pupiis from the 5th and Cth grades will give the program. Jolly Slilehers Meet Friday J,,liy Stitchers will meet Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the club hall in Woodro-.v, for a clean-up campaign Members are asked to come prepared pre-pared with work clothes and cleaning clea-ning equipment Hostesses are Feri lyn Edwards. Wanda Johansen and Hilda Oliver. f i "V Leonard Vodak, left. Delta im plement dealer, received the Distinguished Service Award for 1954 in ceremonies at the Delta Junior Chamber of Commerce Com-merce annual DSA, banquet on January 19. All Are Invited To March of Dimes Ball Saturday Night To Everyone of us is invited to the March of Dimes bull Saturday night, in Deseret Stake House, to raise funds to aid polio patients, with the theme of "dance so that others may walk". And don't say you can't come because you can't dance, for there will be good music to listen to as others dance by, and there will be a fine floor show. Bud's Band will provide the dance music, and the floor show-in show-in song and dance is under the direction of Miss Loabelle Black. January llst Is Headline January 31st income deadline for farmers. Farmers who did not file declarations de-clarations of estimated tax (forms 1010 ES) on or before January 17th are reminded that January 31st is the last day on which they may tile completed income tax returns (forms 1010) in lieu of the declarations de-clarations of estimated tax. If the declaration of estimated tax was not filed on or before January 17th and the completed income tax return re-turn is not filed, and the tax paid, by January 31st. penalties for failure fai-lure to file forms 1010 ES, and for substantial underestimate of tax may be incurred. If a declaration of estimated tax (form 1010 ES) was filed on or before January 17th and tax paid in accordance with instructions, instruc-tions, farmers are not required to file completed income tax returns (form 1010) before April 15. l'J55. January 31st tax deadline for em players. January 31st is the final day for employers to: (a) Furnish statements to employees em-ployees on Form W-2 showing wages paid and amount of taxes withheld during the calendar year 1951. (b) File fourth l'Jol quarterly return (Form 941) of income and social security taxes withheld on wages. A schedule on the reverse side of this return should be MIed out to summarize the income tax withheld in 1051. This schedule constitutes the final 1051 return of income tax withheld. In Spotlight At CS!! 1 venls Two students from Delta who are attending the College of Southern Sou-thern Utah are in the spotlight of activity this week. Miss Virginia Rose, talented daughter dau-ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Rose, has been assigned to a leading role in the forthcoming operatic presentation "The New Moon" by Sigmunl Romberg. Rarvais on the operetta b-gan this week. Performances Per-formances are set f r early April. Miss Earlene .!. popular dramatist, is again featured star of Theatre Matinee, weekiy drama series at the c..lipge. She appear this week in a condensed version of Henryk Isten's controversial play "Hedda Gabr". j h V, r-1 t i I Gene Peterson, right, 1953 D SA recipient, presented the a-.ward, a-.ward, which was based on civic and community service and leadership. In 1954 Mr. Vodak became a member of the Delta City Council. Aid Fight On Polio Admission to the dance is no set price, but will be made in contributions at the door, whatever what-ever sum you feel able to give, to help polio patients on the road to health, and to aid research to conquer polio. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Starley, Millard Mill-ard county March of Dimes chairmen, chair-men, are in charge of the annual fund campaign now on. Kiwanis of Deltu and West Millard are in charge of the ball Saturday night, and are issuing urgent invitations to all to be there, both in civic and community groups. Oasis Garden Club Brings Trophy Home Highlighting the midwinter convention con-vention of the Utah Associated Garden Clubs held recently at the Art liain, Salt Lake City, was the presentation of the Salt I.ake Tribune Tri-bune civic beautification trophies to winning clubs. In Class A the Oasis Garden Club received the first place award They also received a citation, and a pair of pruning shears for having the largest number of delegates present. Those uttending were Bishop and Mrs. Ralph Skeeni, Howard and Lillie Kuumiy, Vernessa Skeeni Alverda Stanworth, Rose Nichols, Erina Styler, Celia and Ella Christensen, Chris-tensen, Betsy Skeeni and Virginia Gowers. Since the club was organized five years ago this trophy was the third received in that period of time. The project that won them the trophy this year was the beautification beau-tification at the church grounds, and the Class A was where the clubs did all the work. Oasis Garden Club helped finance fin-ance their project with a number of bake sales, and are now planning plan-ning another one for Saturday, Feb. l'J, about w hich there will be more later. Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Best wishes and congratulations were received by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bhss at the open house J Friday, Jan. 11, in Salt Lake City j that celebrated their golden wed-d.ng wed-d.ng anniversary. ! Their sons and daughters. Jay.' Ray. Paul, Kenneth. Richard, Mar-j t.n and Verd-.m Bi.sS, lona Snarr.J LaRue Banks. Beatrice Noodra. Ear bara Latsis aril BeUy Switzer. ere ail horr.e fr the happy oc-j casiun. and many of the grand-! children. j Mrs. Ehss's sisters, Mrs Lynn Warnick, Delta, and Mrs. Mart.! ; Nelson, of Midvale. were there,, and Mrs. Mary Lee, f:m Hinckley, and many of the old-timers from; west M.l.ard wha are isdw in or around Salt Lake City. ! Three officials and their wives; from. Auerbach's. where Mr. Eliss' is employed ca'.led dar.ng the open j house. And E i.'h Stout, f jrmer'.y j of Hinckley, and a witness at the ' Ei.ss wed 2 r.i 53 years was also there. V "WSJ He served as one of six state vice presidents of the Utah JC's is a director of the Delta JC's, was a committeeman for the Regatta, and is a member of Delta Volunteer Fire Department. Depart-ment. Jaycees Sponsor Annual Banquet For DSA Winner Delta Junior Chamber of Commerce Com-merce were hosts at the annual DSA banquet Wednesday night in Delta First Ward when the highlight high-light of the evening was the announcement an-nouncement of the identity of the winner of the Distinguished Service Ser-vice Award for 1!)51. Eighty-eight guests were served dinner, catered by the Gem cafe. Present were Delta JCs, Kiwanis, Lions, local citizens and partners. N. S. Bassett, president, gave the welcome address and introduced intro-duced the visitors. Paul Cahoon gave the invocation, Dwight Moody the flag salute, and Neil Bishop the JC creed. U'igh Maxfield was master of eerniuiiit's, and those who took part on the program were Ray Needham, piano selection; Golda Bishop and Mildred Allen, vocal duet; Elden Sorenson, saw solo; Kenneth Boothe, vocal solo; and Sharon Rawlinson, piano selection. Mayor Rulon Callister spoke, and Glen Swalberg presented Key-Man keys to Neil Bishop, Paul Cahoon, and Verrue Theobald. Gene Peterson made the presentation presen-tation of DSA winner Leonard Vodak, and Mr. Vodak made a short response. Willis Morrison received the NuJay award, to the outstanding new member in the club in ser-vicp ser-vicp and accomplishment. Boyd Bunnell, president of Utah JayCees, was the featured speaker and talked on the continued growth gro-wth in JC service, and their aims for greater goals in the future. Testimonial For Kent IHsIiop Kent Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Bishop, will leave in February to serve as an L D S missionary in Mexico. A farewell testimonial for Elder Bishop will be held Sunday. Jan. 30. at 7 p. m.. in Delta Second Ward, and a cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. Elder Bishop enters the mission home in Salt Lake City Feb. 2, for training prior to his departure. He was graduated from Delta High School, and for the past two years has attended CSU at Cedar City. Tell Needs For Civil Defense Mrs. Wina Walch and Mrs. Irene Little attenled a Western States Civil Dofen-e women's conference Jan. 13 and 14 in Salt Lake City. They were sponsored by the City of Delta end the D lta Lady Lions. The information given at the conference is of the greatest importance im-portance to every citizen of Millard Mill-ard County, and concerns the survival sur-vival of you and y our families by being prepared for disaster. "Apathy is out most serious obstacle," ob-stacle," a speaker said, "and it is n t a waste of tirr e t be trained in self defer, se. Mrs. Walch and Mrs. Little aw ava.'.able to meet with any g-ou? to g-.ve a summary of information given at the ccnfrence.