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'fatheis Day Quae C) -1 Volume 45 Number 51 Delta, Utah, Thursday, June 16, 1955 K 1 i - - - ; . i f V. y .---" :: V- . ". A J ' ., 4 1 " . - - . - ; - ; i - ,i V; i r: ; ? When Bill unknowingly posed for this glamour glimpse he was about midway in a 48-hour stint of irrigatiing. Just imagine his glee Sunday when he unpeels his gift-wrapped gift-wrapped brand new irrigating shovel. Staff Photo Gnijone Can 7ell di Witk 12 Wec)c)inGS Greet Friends At Reception Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wood were honored at a lovely wedding reception" re-ception" at the Deseret Stake House Friday, June 10. Guests were greeted by the parents of the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Arjaan Dekker and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wood. Best man for the occasion oc-casion was Leon Hunsaker, who also acted as master of ceremonies for the program. The bride was gowned in traditional tra-ditional white satin with an over gown of lace which buttoned from neck to waist with tiny seed buttons but-tons and the lace skirt was scalloped scal-loped from waist to hem In graduated grad-uated scallops.. The lace collar stood up to form a background for a fingertip length veil which Ml from a tiara of seed pearls and ended with a double edged scallop of lace. The bride's bouquet ws beautifully beau-tifully arranged in a coronation of lace and ribbon and was made up of white and pink carnations ar.d roses. The bridal attendants wfre Miss Donna Mae Dekker and Miss Myrna Peterson, who were cousins of the bride, and Misses Margaret Wood, Karen Christensen and Ardrlla Christensen, who were clus-e friends of the bride. They wore gowned in pastel gowns and carried bouquets of white net enhanced en-hanced by ribbons and consisting of pink and white carnations. Bill Dekker, Dale Wood, Scott Anderson and Spencer Wood served ser-ved as junior ushers. Doris Dekker and Carol Wood served as gift carriers and were dressed in sister frocks of pale pink frosted organdy organ-dy with corsages of pink roses and white cfrnations.. Tiny flower girls were Bonnie and Nadine Wood, sisters of the groom and they were sweet in Hue nylon with lace trim and rr.inif.lure bouquets of roses and -.-una 'ions. ?axine Lovell and Katherine Call tter were at the guest book. Eiin Pewtress, Lonnie Jeffery, Car-jl Dorius, Joyce Stoneking. Ar-dyce Ar-dyce Nielson and Orpha Anderson 5rved refreshments which were laid on gold covered cloths with ct-rffrpieces of white bud vases witu pink and white flowers. Sr.hlty Christensen and Frances Harris were at the gift tables. Assisting As-sisting in the kitchen and at the tables were Connie Webb. Adell Petersen, Clair Petersen and Veva Dekkr. The lovely wedding cake was mace by Cora Wood and was dis-f;aycd dis-f;aycd on a mirror skirted with ret and banked by white tapers. The diesse worn by the gift car- Fathers are all agog over Father's Day this coming Sunday, and none is more filled with wide-eyed anticipation anti-cipation than the father pictured here, our friend and fellow citizen. William S. Bassett. Bill gracefully portrays every father's wish for the favored gift for Father's Day A good long snooze in a big, easy chair contoured for comfort by preceding preced-ing snoozers, preferably heavy-set. lleception To Honor Couple Mr., and Mrs.. Clyde Overson, of Lynndyl, are announcing the marriage mar-riage of their daughter Loretta to Evan T.. Riding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Riding, of Delta. Their marriage was solemnized June 13 in the Salt Lake Temple. They will be honored at a re ception Saturday night, June 18, in Deseret Stake Recreation Hall, from nine to twelve o'clock. A cordial invitation to attend is extended ex-tended to their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Riding are making their home in Delta, where Mr. Riding is employed by the Delta Builders' Supply. , Say Wedding Vows June 0 Mrs. Olive Richardson, of Pleasant Pleas-ant Grove, is announcing the marriage mar-riage of her daughter, Donna Lee, to Leland Hunsaker, son of Mrs. Emma Hunsaker, of Delta. Their wedding ceremony was performed Monday, June 6, in the Manti Temple. They are now honeymooning in California, and will return to make their home in Provo, where Mr. Hunsaker is attending BYU. He has served with the U. S. Navy and filled an LDS mission in Australia since he was graduated from Delta High School. riers were made by Mrs. Edith Anderson. Mrs. Frank Wood, a grandmother of the groom and Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Wood's sitter, Mrs. Erickson, created the lovely floral arrangements as well as the beautiful bouquets and corsages cor-sages worn by the bridal party. Large baskets of Rowers banked the stage for the gifts and also decorated the gift tables and the piano. Music was furnished by Bui"s Band from Delta. The program consisted of a solo by Marlon Stt-ele singing "Tenderly," "Tender-ly," which was the theme song of the bride and groom. A reading r,y Frances Harris; a solo by Linda Lovell singing "O Promise Me"; e musical reading by Loa Rose Hansen a nd a double trio of Those Wedding Bells Are Breaking Break-ing tp That Old Gang of Mine." by Thelrr.a Elack. Karen Christensen. Christen-sen. Shirley Christensen, Earbara Welton Beulah Earney, and Katherine Kath-erine Cailister. Leon did a very fine job as MC The couple and their family wish to heartily thank everyone who attended and who assisted in any way in making thij a very successful recejUon. ds flun litis (Issue Are Honored At Reception Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Moody entertained at a wedding recep tion Monday evening, June 6, honoring hon-oring Mr. and Mrs. David Calvert (Kay Moody) who were married early in the day in the Manti LDS Temple by President Anderson. Ander-son. The reception was held in the Sutherland ward chapel, which was decorated with baskets of seasonal flowers against a background back-ground of candles and flowers. Greeting guests in the receiving line were the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Moody, parents of the bride, Mr. William Ross Calvct father of the bridegroom. Lt. Robert Ro-bert A. Calvert, as best man, Ver-lyn Ver-lyn Moody, sister of the bride as maid of honor, Virginia Rose, Barbara" Bar-bara" Fife, Elaine Renstrom, and Carolyn Callister, as bridesmaids, and Karen Moody, another sister cf the bride, as a junior bridesmaid. brides-maid. The bride was beautiful in a floor length original Chantilly lace and nylon pleated tulle wedding dress. The dress was designed by Loren Nichols, at Brigham Young University, and had a full skirt with v-,shaped nylon pleated tulle scr.llops in the back, high neck and long pointed sleeves on the fitted bodice of lace over taffeta. She wore a bride's veil of nylon tulle trimmed in lace and seed pearls, and carried a bouquet of an orchid with lilies of the valley and white carnations. The maid of honor wore a lime green taffeta dress and the bridesmaids brides-maids wore identical orchid dresses dres-ses with dropped waistlines in antique an-tique taffeta and each wore short lace gloves. They carried bouquets of roses and carnations. Mother of the bride wore a lovely navy blue dress and an orchid corsage. Th bride's book was taken care of by Dorene Moody. Ushers were Dt-Yon Fife and Phil Moody. In the gift room were Manee Moody, Dorothy Stephenson, Julia Bliss and Erma Cropper. The five-tiered wedding cake was designed and made by Mrs. Betty Johnson, who was also in charge of serving.. Truman Moody was master of ceremonies for the following program: pro-gram: vocal solo, "Always." by DeVon Fife, with Mrs. Ruth Talbot as accompanist; an original reading read-ing by Mrs. Mary Henrie; vocal solo. "Song of Love," by Virginia Rose, with Eonnie Johnson as accompanist; ac-companist; "Melody of Love," by a g rls" trio, Ver'.yn Moody Carolyn Caro-lyn Callister and Elaine Renstrom. The DelTones then sang "Chinese Hwrieyrrin." There w as a short j Five IULS Girls At Girls State Five Delta High School girls, Leah Church, Beulah Barney, Pau line Lovell, Thelma Black ana Grace Warnick, were among the more than two hundred girls registered re-gistered Sunday at the ninth annual ann-ual Utah Girls State, Logan, June 12 through June 19. This year sees the largest Girls State ever conducted in Utah, and sessions are well underway, with elections, programs, lectures and other activities.. Leah reported Wednesday that Grace has been elected representative represent-ative to the state legislature from Lincoln City. And Grace and Thelma Thel-ma were on the talent show Monday Mon-day night. They are learning much, says Leah, and enjoying wonderful wonder-ful meals. Each girl is a citizen of a mythical mythi-cal city, and the Delta girls are as follows: Leah Church, Roosevelt City; Thelma Black, Washington City; Grace Warnick, Lincoln City; Pauline Lovell, Maw City, and Beulah Beu-lah Barney, Lee City. Fillmore Hosts Garden Club Meet Saturday Officers of the Utah Associated Garden Clubs of Utah, and the Fillmore Garden Club, invite all to come to Fillmore for the 21st annual convention of the Utah Associated Garden Clubs Saturday, June 18, in the Art Room of the old State Capitol buUding. This is the first state garden club convention conven-tion to be held in Fillmore. Board meeting will commence at 9 a. m. for all club presidents, and the general meeting is at 10 a. m. Luncheon will be served at 12 noon, and there will be a flower exhibit after the luncheon. The afternoon session will start at 2 p. m. Free time will enable visitors to see gardens and points of interest before the banquet which will be served at 6:30 p. m. The Fillmore Club is offering a club prize of $20 worth of choice Iris as well as many other prizes for lucky members. West Millard Garden Clubs will have large delegations at the meet. AF Recruiter Conies Friday Staff Sergeant Carl L. Sims, Air Force Recruiter from Provo will be in Delta all day Friday, June 17, 1955 to interview interested men and women about opportunities in the United States Air Force. Visit Manti Tciupfc Tuesday Cloyd and Connie Perkins Theobald Theo-bald received their endowments in the Manti . Temple Tuesday and had their marriage solemnized in temple rites. They were accompanied to the temple by Mr. Theobald's grandmother, grand-mother, Mrs. Amanda Dewsnup, of Deseret, Mrs. Theobald's grandfather. grand-father. Patriarch Charles R. Woodbury, Wood-bury, of Hinckley, and Mr. Theobald's Theo-bald's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Erickson, Sutherland, and Mrs. Arvilla Swensen, Hinckley. Hinck-ley. Mr. and Mrs. Theobald are leaving lea-ving Thursday for El Paso, Texas, where they have resided since their home wedding Dec. 29, and where Mr. Theobald is stationed with the armed forces. Fernard and Marilyn Wood, and son Davil, 4-month s old, are visiting visi-ting in Delta with Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lathe! Callister. Cal-lister. This is the baby's first visit here. They will return later to San Diego. Cal., where Mr. Wood is stationed with the U. S. Navy. response by their fathers. During the bridal walU Dick Moody 'sang "Sweethearts." Four hundred guests attended the reception re-ception in Sutherland and on Tuesday Tues-day night the couple was honored at a reception In Eeaver. They then left for a honeymoon trip to ! Las Vegas. Nevada, Los Angeles, ' Carmel-By-The-Sea and San Francisco, Fran-cisco, California.. They will make their home in Beaver this summer and next fall w ill move to Provo. w here Mr. Calvert Cal-vert will complete his senior year at the "Y." For her going-away outfit the bride wore a summer cotton frock in pastel blue with white accessories acces-sories snd corsage. Ledd R. Cropper Accepts Nevada Appointment President William E. Berrett, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-,ter-Day Saints and head of the Religion Department of the church schools, has recently appointed j Ladd R.. Cropper, local Deseret j Stake Seminary principal to be the Director of the L.D.S. Institute of I Religion located at the University of Nevada in Reno. Mr.. Cropper has taught In the public schools and in Seminary for 16 years; two years in Santa-quin Santa-quin Jr.. High school; two years in Hinckley Elementary; ten years at Hinckley High school In both music and Seminary and for the past four years as principal of the Deseret Stake Seminary at Delta. Mr. Cropper, his wife, May G. Cropper and family, Sylvia May, Ada Maline, Camille Sebrina, will move late in August to Reno before be-fore the registration date at the Nevada school. Mr. Cropper has also been active in church work the past few years In Deseret Stake. Set Rehearsal Dates For Stake Youth Chorus The first summer rehearsal for the Deseret Stake MIA Youth Chorus will be held Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. in the Delta First ward chapel, June 15. There will be nine practices In preparation for the annual concert which will be presented the latter part of August. The second rehearsal rehear-sal will be held in the Stake House, Wednesday, June 22 at 8 p.m. Ladd R. Cropper will direct the chorus and Lula Marie Hilton will be the accompanist. All former regular members of the schorus are urged to come inasmuch in-asmuch as several of the songs which were used 2 years ago will be repeated. New members are encouraged to join the chorus with the age limit set at 15 to 25 years of age. Wheat Marketing Quotas For The Secretary of Agriculture has proclaimed marketing quotas for 1956 as required by law, however, the final decision on whether wheat marketing quota controls will apply to wheat produced in 1956 will be made by wheat growers grow-ers voting in a referendum on June 25th. Any farmer in Utah who will harvest more than 15 acres of wheat as grain in 1956 on any one farm is eligible to vote in the referendum.. The vote will have an Important effect on the marketing mar-keting and price support programs for the 1956 wheat crop. If at least Two-thirds of the farmers voting approve, quotas will continue in effect for farms with more than 15 acres of wheat, with marketing quota penalties of 45 percent of parity on the production pro-duction from acreage in excess of farm allotments. If the vote is yes. . L. . A ..Til -,v price support on wneai bably be between 75 and 82 percent per-cent of parity.. If more than o.ne-third o.ne-third of the voters disapprove quotas, there will be no quotas or penalties for the 1956 wheat crop but available pnee suppon to farmers who do not exceed their farm wheat allotment will be 50 percent of parity as provided by law. Allotments for wheat farms in Millard County have already been mailed to farmers. The Millard County ASC Committee strongly urges every wheat farmer who ts eligible to get out and vote. Polling Poll-ing places have been set up throughout thro-ughout the county to be as convenient con-venient for farmers as possible. A polling place has bM-n arran-gfd arran-gfd in the following communities: Scipio Town Hall, Holdn Recreational Re-creational Hall. ASC Office in FU1-more, FU1-more, Meadow Recreational Hall. Vannch TY.wn Ha'.l. Oak Cty Re- tT-M iaminzton Re- Ha!! an(1 the ASC Office at Delta for Ilta ana vicinity. The polls wi",l op-n at 9:0O A--I-and close at 7:00 P.M. on June 25. Munt B. Robins Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DuPont. of Oakland. CaL. are visiting in the TVSta xp for the first time at the horr.9 of their cousins, Mr. and Mr. , Frank Eeise. They arrived Wednes-i Wednes-i day. Retrieve Iin In RaErv's Lung Patricia, 9-months old daughter of John and Dorothy Black Teich-ert, Teich-ert, here visiting Mrs. Deona Black, choked and cried Monday evening, and a visit to the doctor showed that the child had swallowed two small safety pins, one open. I The closed pin was giving no trouble, but the open pin had lodged lod-ged in the lung. Dorothy and the baby, Mrs. Black and Ned Church were on their way at 4 a. m. Tuesday to j take the child to Salt Lake, and I were joined on the way by Mr. Teichert, who was at Ophir on geological work. The pin was removed from the baby's lung, where it had hooked in the tissue, at 8:30 a.m. at Holy Cross hospital. Small Patty Is doing well now, but was to stay at the hospital two or three days. She had picked the pins up while exploring on the couch. They had been used in doll clothes and left on the couch where several little girls had been playing. Final Rites For Oscar Yarnick Held Saturday Funeral services for Charles Oscar Os-car Warnick, 78, whose death Tuesday Tue-sday ended a lifetime of activity in west Millard, were conducted Saturday at 1 p.. m. in Delta Second Ward by Bishop William S. Bassett. Prelude and postlude music was played at the organ by Mrs. Olive Barney. Prayer with the family before be-fore the service was offered by Fred Warnick, brother of Mr. Warnick. War-nick. Opening prayer for the services ser-vices was given by Austin Johnson. The quartet, Neil Bishop, Glen Swalberg, Don Bird and Dwight Moody, sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd", with Dale Johnson as accompanist. A vocal duet, "Beyond "Be-yond the Sunset", was sung by Ray and Ethel Western, with Donald Don-ald Western as accompanist. Speakers were Emery Peterson and Dudley Crafts, who expressed the high regard held for Mr. Warnick, War-nick, as a good neighbor, always ready to help others, and a friend and citizen of courage and integrity. integ-rity. The quartet sang "End of a Perfect Day". Bishop Bassett spoke of the sympathy held for the be reaved family and their legacy of good counsel and guidance. The closing prayer was given by Waldo Warnick. Burial was in the Cemetery at Deseret, where the grave was de dicated by George Dobson. Pall bearers were Van Warnick, Golden Warnick. Michael Warnick Don Warnick, Warnick Pace, and Farley Warren, all grandsons of Mr.. Warnick. The flower girls were granddaughters. Delta Firemen Rescue Spinach Delta Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire alarm shortly after midnight Saturday and at 12:30 a.m. were whizzing toward Borden, 31 miles south on the railroad, rail-road, where a refrigerated car loaded with C50 cases of frozen spinach and lima beans was on fire. On the truck were Chief Fera Little. Marvin Osguthorpe, Seth Jackson and Reed Wood, but other firemen stayed abed. These brave men, with the section sec-tion crew, battled flames in the insulation on the car, and saved case after case of spinach, to the dismay of hundreds of non-spinach fanciers. At 5:30 a. m. the firemen returned retur-ned to Delta, laden with spinach. This fired the imagination of the local spinach-eaters, who left In a body, bound for Borden, where fir the first time in history there was spinach on the bushes. Meet T Fleet Xeu Director D-sert Sentinels male chorus will rehearse Thursday. June 16. at 8 p.. rru In Delta Second Ward. All members are asked to attend for election of a new director to rv!aee their past director, Ladd R. Cro- per. Gerald Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Watts of Delta, spent a 15-day leave Ln Delta recently, after boot camp at San Diego. Cal., with the U. S. Navy- He is now- at M.'.ton, Florida, for farther training. $3.50 a Year in Advance funeral Services For Dewey Sanford I Held Friday Funeral services for Dewey Sanford, San-ford, 57, who died Tuesday of last week, were conducted Friday at 1 p. m. in Sutherland Ward chapel by Bishop Reid Tippetts. Mrs. Hazel Walker played prelude pre-lude and postlude music. The opening ope-ning prayer was given by Amon Johnson. Lois Nicholes, of Salt Lake City, sang "In My House Are Many Mansions", with Mrs. Walker as accompanist. Speakers were Bishop Tippetts, Bryant Larsen, Tom W. Jensen, Salt Lake, executive secretary of Associated Civic Clubs of Southern and Eastern Utah, of which Mr. Sanford was serving as president at the time of his death, George Whornham, of Idaho Falls, former Millard County agent, and Doyle Robison, of Reno, Nev. They paid tribute to Mr. Sanford as a valued church and civic leader, lea-der, firm friend and genial companion. com-panion. They spoke of long years of pleasant association with him, and his sterling qualities as a fellow citizen. The Delta Lions quartet, Clayton Stapley, Jan Wright, Clarence Cowers Cow-ers and Elden Sorenson, sang "O My Father", and Mrs. Norma Hannifin Han-nifin played a violin solo, "The End of a Perfect Day", with Mrs. Stapley as accompanist. The closing prayer was by Golden Gol-den Erickson. Burial was in the Sutherland cemetery, where the grave was dedicated by Lawrence Abbott. Pall bearers were Jack Turner, Reed Turner, Wayne Turner, Fred Turner, Keith Sanford and Jesse Van Wagenen, nephews of Mr. Sanford. Total SI Or, U tin Cancer Campaign Stanley Dewsnup, chairman of the fund drive for the American Cancer Society conducted in April, reports a total of $1058 contributed in west Millard to aid in the fight to conquer cancer. Mrs. Biah SJostrom, chairman of the west Millard unit, thanks the public for their generous iupport which more than filled the quota of $1000. Community returns were as follows: fol-lows: Delta business district, $180. 50; Delta First. $78.14; Delta Second, Sec-ond, $90.50; Delt Third, $63.95; Abraham, $27.50; Deseret, $80.65; Garrison, $25.50; Hinckley, $S5.30; Lynndyl, $51.00; Leamington, $51. 76; Oasis, $75.50; South Tract, $75. 55; Sugarvllle, $32.00; Sutherland, $101.05; Leigh Maxfield, agent, $25. Delta Jaycees Make Report On Activities The Delta Junior Chamber of Commerce wishes to report that the wrestling matches held last Friday were quite successful. The matches were thrilling with lots of rough and tumble. It is hoped that more matches mey be scheduled for Delta in the near future. The J.C. club wishes to thank Ken Boothe and his committee members, Mel Church, Don Corry-Ray Corry-Ray Needham and the other club members who helped make this project a success-Monday success-Monday evening Mr. Albert Nic-kle Nic-kle presented sir large picnic tables tab-les to the City of Delta. These tables were placed on the lawn by the Junior High School. It is hoped that tourists and townspeople towns-people alike may take advantage of these additional facilities to en-inv en-inv themselves at picnics and other outings. Members of the City Council present to accept the iao-les iao-les for the city were Carl Ashby, rn Vodak. and Max Robison. Other J. C. members present beside Vr Nirklf were Glen Swaiserg. Keith Dalton. Ken Boothe, Willis Morrison. Paul Cahoon. Gene Wal ker Pav Veedham, Darwin Earney, f. S. Bassett and Don Corry. The JavCees wish lo announce that their annual Canyon Party is to be held Saturday. June IS. AJ mprrsber and last members are heartily invited ta attend. Please rortart Eav Needham or Darwin Pimev far reservations. Reserva tions must be in by Friday noon. rtr5n will be reformed By TVvvIp T.-rvam of the Gem Cafe. To? sL-loin steaks wi'.l be served 3d ticket will be $1.65.