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DKSEIUST Arprilla Scow Gordon Dewsnup, who is in the U. S. Navy and stationed at San ir l Mr. and Mrs. Welling Zundle and ht-r sister Evelyn, who just returned return-ed from serving an LDS mission in California. Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Hinckley, from Salt Lake City, visited during Oak City Mrs. Mae H. Shipley " Sii!!mvil!i C79 VENICE DAVIS Diego, Calif., arrived home last! the week at the home of Mr. and Wednesday for a ten-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,r. Layton Dewsnup. Mr. and Mrs; Sheldon Callister, from Logan, spent last weekend with Mrs. Callister's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Black and children from Dugway, visited a few days with Verl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Black. Myrtle Western had Mrs. Lincoln Eliason. They are the parents of Mrs. Eliason. Visiting Friday and Saturday at Provo, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Searle, were Mr. and Mrs. Clay ton Pa'mer and daughter Sherrie and Mrs. Carrie Clark. Mr. and Mrs.- Doyle Mace spent Saturday in Salt Lake City. They returned bringing a new automo- ' bile home with them. Congratu-her Congratu-her sister, i lations. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Roberts, George -and Gale Roberts and Miss Carolyn Carlson, from Salt Lake City, visited over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer rora Hanson, from Redmond, to visit her a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher and son Hyrum, spent Thursday in Salt Lake City. j Mae t-ropper was hostess to the Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are Deseret Rook Club at her home on j t.he parents of Mrs. Jensen. Thursday evening. A lovely chicken ! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Workman dinner was served, after which I ni MiiMron fmm Rnit T.ni.f fit .-. spent the weekend with Mrs. Work man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ver-don Ver-don Davis. In sacrament meeting Sunday evening the speaker was Elder Lindsay Roundy of Delta, who just recently returned from the Spanish American LDS mission. His experiences, experi-ences, he related were very much enjoyed by a large crowd. Mr. and Mrs. 'Waldo Black made a business trip to Provo Monday. The M.I.A. held their annual The deer hunt is over 'but the storiies continue and reports of deer alive yet. It is nice to know that no serious accident in this area has happened during the hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Thurlow Jacobson .have their daughter Vonetta and ba'iy visiting this week. Mrs. Dorothy Giles and children are visiting .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nielson and other relatives and friends this week. Her home is at Quiney, Washington. ".lis-; YV.hia Wixorn spent the weekend in Oak City. I,I2AM INCTOX Klee Finlinson Nielson, talk by We'.by Finlinson on "Conservation and the Welfare Plan." A poem entitled "Time" was Eiven bv Mvrl Finlinson and a Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shurtz and' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leetham of ! seoond nin spiprtion hv JanPt Keith, from Salt Lake City, visited ; t-ureKa. are tne proud parents 01 ; Remarks by Prs. Jay Nelson. Prayers MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah. Thurs. Kv. 1. 1956. over the weekend with their parents. par-ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fielan Shurtz and Mrs. Davis of Delta. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Strickley from Salt Lake City, visited again at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis and went deer hunting again. This time they took home a deer. Sunday night the Seminary at Delta brought the program. Presiding Presid-ing was Bishop Harold Jensen, conducting, con-ducting, Frelen Shurtz. Conducting 'or seminary class. Pres. Virginia : inneon' rn-firnriict Zirtrrin .Tfincnn- Justesen! ... ' our u.'iui isifr, fuit'fn omtfiaa, 1 hymn, "Oh How Lovely Was the Mr. and Mrs". Jerald went to Spit Lake and brought u , u ! ,.. -.... V . -J. MorninK Invocation by Michael i. . rirtf - i - - irs arm o ri n n u One-high rook was played Members present were Ilia Stan-worth, Stan-worth, Fern Crafts, Lucille Sampson, Samp-son, Deloras Ogden, Barbara Conk, Evah Dewsnup, Mae Cahoon, Dora Black, Carol Warnick, Mae Cropper and Bessie Webb. Guests present were Nora Cropper Crop-per and Beth Moody. Bishop and Mrs. Cecil Warner spent several days in Provo, visiting visit-ing with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Warner and Hallowe'en party Tuesday evening. children spent tne weekend at The Deseret, Oasis and Hinckley Ogden, with Mrs. Warner's parents: MIA's joined together for an eve- a Salt Lake hospital the past week. She is reported improved and we wiil be happy to report .her full i"ecO'V:y now she is home. The Primary had a Hallowe'en pmly las'- Thursday. Costumes. sort;s, dancing, refreshments, along with fish ponds, made a happy day. Many visitors enjoyed the program. Mr. and Mrs. John LeFevre and children spent the weekend in Oak City from McGill, Nevada. Mr. Dean Anderson has moved his family to Nevada 'for the winter. Ahrnliam Mrs. Aftcn Fullmer iiw-i i-, ,hr ,T.-.A i k t t, -m fill n n p n3 Turkey Shoot rnd 4th f Airport. p SAT. a SON, HOY. 3rd At Rifle knqo Korth oi F YOU PEL LEKE SHOOT IH8 iticiah m OUT ON A TURK ma A POL YOUR SPITi Y. TRAPS - UYc BIRDS - I'OYtLTY SHOOTING Hfefety Rulis wiil BffORttD rZ5 vvv rn 7s i& L-a U M U U k' fl'&thn K. bM r Tomorrow ends the local deer hunt, I wonder if there are any deer left in the mountains. Now for the stories, I've heard some real good ones, but so have you so I won't bother to tell mine. No accidents from around here that I've heard of and that is something to be grateful for. Bob Blanch spent the weekend with Sherrel Talbert. They both go to the BYU. Bob's folks, Gustof and Eva Taylor, live in Othello, Wash. Mv. and Mrs. Que Terry, from as Angeles. Calif., have returned home af.er a week with Clark and '.eva D:;ss and other relatives and Vierids here and in Salt Lake City Marv Corbett spent Monday with her sister Luena Fullmer quilting. Gladys and Sherman Tolbert drove to Provo Monday evening to spend a day or so with Gladys' mother, Mrs. Sarah Taylor. Mrs. Erma Petersen and Beatrice Schena have had a bout with the flu, 'but are improving. . We want to thank everyone for patronizing our Bake Sale. Everything Every-thing was sold and a nice sum of money made to neip our neuei. Society and the building program. Our sacrament met ting wr.s not hcid Sunday evening, our people wanted to visit other wards for Betty Bunker's missionary report in Sutherland and Layton and Fon-tella Fon-tella Bishop's testimonial for their mission in Delta First Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marstella (Barbara Taylor), and children, of Tempe, Arizona, are visiting the Edgar Taylors. They also brought Sandy home after a long stay in Arizona. .We've really missed you Sandy, and are glad you are home. Mrs. Blanch Holbrook and baby, drove to Salt Lake and Bountiful Friday, and back Saturday. It won't be long now until we know who is going to be in the White House the next four years Just two more days for registering. Oct.. 30 and 31st. Be sure your name is in the book and be sure you VOTE for the men of your choice. Rose. Sacred scripture by Gary Cory. Sacrament hymn, "Oh God the 1'ernal Father." Speaker, Gloria ,arson; accordian solo, "An Angel 3n High," by Zelma Jensen; and i speaker, Sandra Terry. Vocal duet Virgina Jensen and Glenda Mem-'.iiott, Mem-'.iiott, "The Book of Mormon." Speaker, Virgina Jensen; piano ;olo. " Let Little Children Come," by Joyce Shields; speaker, Glenda Memmott. Remarks, J. Grant Stevenson. Stev-enson. Closing hymn, "Praise o 'he Man." and Benediction, Devon Memmott. Tuesday night the M.I.A. had their Hallowe'en party. Games were played and dancing was enjoyed by all present. Apples and peanuts were served. Sharon Clark and children re turned home Saturday after a visit in California. She went by plane from Salt Lake City. Mitch Clark returned to his home in caiiiornia fcaturaay wnn nis deer. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Terry from Ely, a baby girl. She weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz. Mrs. Leetham is the former for-mer Iris Nielson of Leamington. This is the 12th grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Nielson. Mrs. Walker Finlinson, her daughter daug-hter Margene and a friend Marlene Anderson, spent Thursday and Friday Fri-day in Sallt Lake City, shopping. Mrs. Kenneth Nielson and daughters, daugh-ters, drove into Salt Lake Monday and again Saturday for dental appointments. The Primary teachers had a Hallowe'en party for their classes Tuesday afternoon. Each teacher preparing games and refreshments for their class. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Finlinson and RiJeana, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harder and Dena, Mrs. Lorna Wichmamn and her two daughters, drove in to Salt Lake City Saturday morning morn-ing and spent the day shopping. The Harders returned home Saturday Satur-day night, while the Finlinsons and Wichmanns went on into Ogden to visit folks over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Willden and children, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lovell and Mr. and Mrs. Bud McCann. The men went hunting. Sunday night services were given by Burton Hanson and Ray Barton ward teacher beat. Mrs. Laura Neil-son Neil-son gave a talk on "Why We Need the Church." Piano solo by Janet Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkenson from Orem, visited with their mother, Tressa Jenson, over Sunday. Sun-day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moss from Salt Nevada, visited with their parents, Lake City visited during the week Mr. and Mrs. Mel Terry. with Mr. and Mrs. Frelen Shurtz. were by W'el'by Lovell and Glen1 Harder. The Relief Society has the pro-grnm pro-grnm for next Sunday night. The M.I.A. had a Hallowe'en party for mutual age members on Tuesday night. Spook alley, games, and refreshments were enjoyed by the group. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dutson had all their children home to spend the weekend and visit with their sister Donna, who is convalescing' conval-escing' at the home of her parents. Donna is recovering nicely from her serious heart operation. She has enrolled her daughter Darleen, in school and plans to remain here for six weeks. Mrs. Preston Morgan and two children from Salt Lake City and Mrs. Fred Lucas, from Los Angeles, drove down to spend the day Sunday Sun-day with the Leonard Dutsons. Both ladies are nieces of Mrs. Dutson Dut-son and daughters of the late Hyrum Hy-rum Smith, former residents of Leamington. The PTA and the school had a Hallowe'en Carnival Wednesday night for children of all ages. The boys and girls ---- in costume and had a wondeuul time in the Grand march, fishing for treasures and plaving games. A Bake Sale Fall i Time to : Fall is a koo.1 time of the year to check your elic:-k' wiring in your home, yards, attic and outbuildings. out-buildings. When the weather gets cold there is an extra demand on the wiring for heating appliances; I the short days require more lights, ' and children in school need more clothing care. "Today," says a modern electric mazine, " the House is usually using around 2500 watts each day. The barn probably has a 1,000 watt heating unit for cleaning cans and equipment. A milker, a stock water heater, possible other equipment like a radio, etc. Power consumption consump-tion in the yard and barn has jumped up to around 2500 watts, also. Is your wiring adequate? At least four circuits ore needed to meet the requirements of a modern home, and there is no economy in having wiring that will not carry the load. The fire hazard is increased in-creased with each appliance you add to an overloaded system, and one fire could destroy enough property pro-perty to have paid many times over for any new"' wiring or checking check-ing of the circuits." The Smithsonian Institute made a survey of power available to the home and farm and found a family was held to raise money for new of five would need 150 slaves to drapes for the school office. Mrs. Edith Bessey of San Jose, left Monday morning for home, after visiting with her sister, Charlotte Char-lotte Nielson and other relatives for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Nielson drove into Salt Lake City Tuesday j : to visit Iris Leetham and the new Mrs. Rulon Dutson and Luella granddaughter at the St. Marks drove to Provo shopping Monday. hospital. I ' replace electricity on the farm. Why not check your wiring and see that it is safe, and adequate, for your present needs- and keep all your slaves working at . their maximum capacity for the investment invest-ment you have made in them? yfT JrP" J?rrnt ning of fun. The hall was decorated for Hallowe'en ar.d a spook alley was really spooky. Refreshments were served. Dancing was enjoyed by the music of the "Delta Rhythm Band." A good time was had by a large crowd. It was held in the Deseret Ward Hall. I ' ! - - i I r. I I !. j yj w.'.v.'. v aav,', GTGA! UJ5 Tl ilTl!P W if M fc - ; J Y It's the love of tN subUen world! Just look t tht b z newj: Uu four-gor tick flawing so e!cant!y frcm tht- V shoulder fin. Far idded raves: softly tucked fcishcp sleeves with litt:e-t:y cuffs, lysclous Cimp's f act (1CCX wool, to ta sure!) In tnchmtL-g co!ors . . . Uu, Pink, Elys, Nuie, Grey. CLfCS 'a Pliy Stiteeri sizes 8 to 14. i D. 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