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|Paper||Millard County Chronicle|
I.TlLLAm rOU!ITY CHRONICLE Delta, Utah. Thurs. Nov. IS. 19S8. Klee Finlinson Abraham Mrs. fiftcn Fullmer THESE WOMEN! By d'Alessio "Miss Steavn's office! Miss Stearn speaking 1" f? : Wm : i- . ' - ft-: sftft:; . ftft: -ft ftJ 1 - - " i " o f 1 ' - v v I I ? f r - ' ; f I 5 f I ft- -f ftftlftftf ft:f :ft ,V' if I 4 h j 4 I ! I -4ir"-'T"bv f-, m B ' r : ' V Yv '? ; ' - ;s j 11 If ' . ' - K ' i if ii ; . H y I. !J ii y i k ff fWi J?v (H W ! , r, 1 s i s i VfJ Here's Bourbon as mild and 'tf and free from bite as the most expensive imported Scotch and Canadian whiskies -yet with a magnificent flavor found only in fine Kentucky Sour-Mash Bourbon! Switch to this Light Straight Bourbon -it'a America's fastest-growing kind of whiskey. We'd te proud to have you try it. You'll be delighted ! 6 YEAR OLD theUgM Bourbon you can stay with ( 1956. GUWCF-t C S LLtH fS CCVri'.t r' Qcnmore I c s j - tn( U- Jtv Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hanson and daughters of Payson, were down for the Dutson-Barton wedding reception re-ception Saturday night. Mrs. Merrill Putson's sister, Irene Semademi, from BYU, was down for the weekend and to attend the reception. Another sister, Dora Sorensen and her husband from Spanish Fork, were also down. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of Beaver, atten- J ded the reception and stayed the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Roper at Fool Creek Flat. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vest of May- I field, a brother of Mrs. Rulon Dut-son, Dut-son, drove over to attend the re-ception. re-ception. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Smith I and children, from Ogden, were welcome visitors at the reception. Miss Darla Aldridge stayed the weekend with Joan Bradfield. They came from Salt Lake City, where they attend L.D.S. business school. Ted Welker and Kay Whitaker spent the weekend at the Wm. Walker Finlinson home. Mrs. R. W. Jones left for Milford, after staving the week with her daughter, Mrs. Walker Finlinson. Mr. and Mrs. Von Clemets and children were down Sunday visiting Mrs. Von Johnson. Mrs. Kenneth Nielson and child ren drove into Salt Lake City for I dental appointments Friday. I Mr. Jack Nielson and cousin Jay . Nelson, were down from school for I pheasant hunting. i Mr. Ed Colethorpe stayed the ' weekend at the Kenneth Nielson 'iome for hunting. Miss Marlene Anderson stayed .he weekend with Miss Margene Finlinson. Frank Grygla, Max Nielson and Inez Nielson, spent the weekend '.t their homes. They drove up from ;chool at CSU, Cedar City. Eldon (Bud) Nielson and Arlyn Finlinson were home from school at BYU for the weekend. Miss Milly Shepherd of Nephi, came down for the weekend with Miss Shirley Grygla. Mrs. Loma Wichman, Mrs. Klee Finlinson and their children drove 0 Provo Friday to shop. Mrs. Edith Harder spent Thurs-iay Thurs-iay in Spanish Fork. Mr. Walker Finlinson and daughter daugh-ter Margene, drove to Spanish Fork Friday for dental appointments. Mr. Ralph Trulan Anderson and wo friends from Salt Lake City were down for the weekend hunting. hunt-ing. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harder Saturday evening. 1-H leaders Louise Lovell, Clara 'ohnson and Burton Hanson took 1 group of Leamington boys and ;irls to Delta Monday night for he 4-H Achievement night. The ;roup consisted, of LaPriel and Ethel Lovell, Deann Nielson, Marie Tohnson, Joyce Grygla, Steven Nielson, Niel-son, David Hanson, Lee Grygla, Glen Lee Roper, Kay Lovell and Michal Nielson. They each received a certificate of completion and ?ight county awards were granted o different individuals. Miss Verlene Petersen, Mrs. Barbara Bar-bara Neil and her three children ipent Saturday and Sunday with 'heir sister, Mrs. Louise Lovell. Mr. Floyd Bradfield drove his' father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bradfield to Scipio, Wednesday Wednes-day afternoon. The occasion was Grandpa Wm. H. Bradfield's 98th lirthday. Since the t'8-year old rentleman's health is not too good hey just had a small gathering if the immediate family to celebrate cele-brate his birthday. Mrs. Gene Bradfield and twc loys spent Friday and Saturday ir "iillniore visiting with her folks. Mr. ar.J Mrs. Dee. Bradfield am' '.andy were down fr the wet ken'' vith Mr. and Mrs. Randall Erad ield. They attended the weddinf eception Saturday night and De. mnted pheasants. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lambright anc" Tr. Clifton Mallet of Fallon, Nev. ,re visiting at the Margaret Brad ield home. Monday Margaret Brsdfield anr Dpal Lambright drove to Scipio tc ee Mr. Wm. H. Bradfield. Mr. Larry Bradfield started back o schrtol this week after his appendectomy. ap-pendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Nielson spen' ednesd.ty in Provo shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dutson spent he weekend with Mr. and Mrs Leonard Dutson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nelson anr" on of S;. George, spent the weekend week-end at the home of President and Mrs. Jay Nelson. Sunday night program consisted ,f talk by David Nielson, poem by Jay Grygla. fwo piano selection? by Nela Jean Johnson and talks by Sjiencer Nielson and O. L. Johnson 't was under direction of O. L. Johnson and David Nielson Ward teacher beat The fireside meeting was enjoyed by all attending. Arlyn Finlinson accumulated many interesting pic- tures on his tour of Europe. The group was eager to see ana near Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Nielson's home over the wetkend were Mrs. Stella Blood from Spanish Span-ish Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Blood from Magna. Thello Nielson and his f;ancee, Barbara Johnson, from Santaquin. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Nielsen Niel-sen and Crai?. Iron Tooele. Nora Crane and Clara Colby, Mr. Niel-n' Niel-n' utM-s from Salina anJ two ! nieces. C.ephen and Bessie, trom Salina. about them. Next Sunday niht. Hish Council man Evan Gardner will tr.r.g the j rogram from Delta. Brother Pratt of Oak City, was Sunday School Stake Board visitor at Leamington la-t Sunday morning. morn-ing. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Underwood and children visited at the Wallace Bing, Bang!. Shot guns popping on all sides, "The Pheasant Hunt." Don Fullmer and brother Robert from Tooele, were here Monday, hadn't shot a pheasant at noon but still hunting. Sherman and Gladys Tolbert had as hunting guests, Gladys' sister Lois, and husband and family, even the new tiny baby boy. Lois lives in Provo. We are very happy to have Raleigh Ra-leigh and Peggy Franklin and their two boys, Jerry and Kim, home, after the summer in Alaska. On their way home they called in at Vancouver. British Colombia, and visited LaVoy Tolbert on a mission miss-ion there for the LDS church. LaVoy La-Voy is fine and sent greetings to everyone. Hal Young is now in Vancouver Van-couver B.C., too, but was out tract-ing tract-ing and they were unable to see him. i At church Sunday night Bros. Thurman Moody and Lionel Taylor ; were our visitors. They brought their wives and children with them, i A trio consisting of Thurman's sister Karen, and his oldest daughter daugh-ter and 'Miss Barbara Jackson, sang a very beautiful number. And the Moody girls, with Barbara Jackson i as accompanist, also sang "The I Lord is My Shepherd". Both Lionel and Thurman spent their childhood here so they felt right at home. Three former Wilcox girls were present, Lavon, Cleone and Eleanor. Seemed like old times." Miss Leona Talbot's boy friend sent her a beautiful orchid lai from Hawaii, real live flowers. Carl Stoneking and Sherril Tolbert, Tol-bert, were home from school for the hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Christensen, from Salt Lake, and their three children, visited the Orville Deem family, Sunday. Floyd and Cleone Tolbert took Mrs. Frances Tolbert to Fallon, Nevada, last week to see the John Hesselguessers. Johnnie is doing fine after his car accident. Lee Talbot has gone to California to work. W HAY IC p tjW ' s'i ( ( ft:i'::ift::;.-;:-ftftV''ftS:;'v f'ft,. FV - . ...... W ft At the Bonneville Salt Flats, we Fords streak through a 50,000 run at better than 108 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carling and two sons, Paul and Kim, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Dorthella Knott and children, Steven and Margo, from Layton, visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heber Bishop, at Hinckley. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Miller and daughter Marilyn, from Manti, visit ed in Hinckley Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Heber Bishop, at Hinckley. c've known Ford a gnat performer in tlir& parts. But a 50.000 imle'enilur- ntv l'si on llie Bonneville Sail Flats well, Imw much ran )u expect of a car, any car? In jut 20 day, we kn. the answer! lire Ford people insisted on nuking this an impartial lel. So an independent engineering; organization hps enf iprd to put two stock-mod; I 57 Forda through the most grueling I rt a man-inadt machine lias ever undergone. Day and nlhl. twelve of llie world'i greatet driver drove t!iee tars a distance dis-tance greater than twice arvund the world ... a distance equal to 5 yean of nnrniiil driving. Ford INo. 1 averaged 108.16 inph for the en! ire run... Ford No. 2, over 107 mph. 7'Aese averages include time for ell I'il s; s. We had to throw away the record hook whn Ford ended thitf 20-day tcht on St plrinher 23. In all, some 4T8 record hud heen broken. And remember, thin remarkable demonstration of car perforin per-forin a nee wag made at an altitude of over 4200 feet typical of the driving conditions condi-tions we have every day! Perh a pi the muti atonihing part watched two '57 mile endurance mph I about this tpt it that these ForJt are identical to those cars nuw bring offered by Ford Dealer. There wa no "touping up". . . no tpeeial parte beyond what you'U find on any 57 Ford. Chance are, you'll never have to pve your Ford this kind of a lest. Hut it't lure good to know what it't capable o( doing, no miller how hard you dive jt. ' This it the new hind ol Ford... engineered engi-neered from the inside ouL A Ford that'a u-orih more when you )uy...and when you tell. A Ford you have to "action teal to really appreciate, h liy not do just tilt t your Ford Dealer's today I , --only Ford Dealers carry A-l used Cars and Trucks- TC ' ' " " . .... . .. ...... , .i.ii .. imuB. JT? .r "i-raeJ ... Jr W.-' . land most of all ... atiip onaQ wmmt. I! " .t ,;- r . Y' If -V : Vou couldn't ask for a nicer wish come true than a trip on a Union Pacific Dumclincr. No thrill quite like it! Luxurious surroundings . . . smart, colorful staling . . . lare dome windows and restful divan seats placed at an angle for easier viewing . . . superb accommodations . . . and fine, frc-!i, appetizing food! You can stroll around . . . meet interesting people . . . relax, in the lounge car . . . cr just rcf in your ow n private accommodations. Youngsters love it, too cause t!:ey have room to roam around. Cct the mot pleasure fiom thoe holiday tr'ps ahead. See your Union Pacific ticket agent about reservation? row. Hc'iric glad to help jou whh your travel plans . . . tell ycu about the moncy-savir.j rami! Tares, Rail Travel Credit Cards, an ? Hertz Rcnt-A-Cur service, available at destination. jff now A!fcffw myti C&X 1 ... CO CM fot rfeto Ii, fvfvoiiort, or ht-p with ytuf travel p'oi, let yojf n.o'ctf Ct i r Lc Otv cr P-.f rVAN" . . . be tM re it r.-.lani and CLksgx :u.' Railroad! 'i on Sunday.