i this has been a damp week Rain Thursday and Friday Four bright days followed And more rain Wednesday Sure enough, this is our wettest May in years Polio Clinic Monday for all ages, $1 per shot 7 to 9 p. m., at DHS Thank You, Buyers, Tells Stock Show Story of Buyers and Prices 450 at annuel banquet Uzl Awards Next Week war Volume 47 Number 47 Thursday, May 30, 1957' Single Copy 10 cents Delta, Utah $3.50 A Year in Advance 7 eseret Stake Schedules iuart'ly Conference Sessions aturday Elbert L. Stapley, of the Quorum of the Twelve, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will be the visiting authority at Deseret Stake quarterly conference Saturday Satur-day and Sunday, General conference sessions Sunday Sun-day will be conducted at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., 'by Pres. June W. Black. Delta Third Ward will furnish the music Sunday The stake MIA will conduct the Sunday night program, with the theme "What America Means to Me". - Saturday night a missionary meeting is scheduled at 6:30 p. m. Those to attend are the Stake Presidency and clerks, High Council, Coun-cil, bishops, counselors and clerks, Melchizedek Priesthood quorum presidencies, stake mission presidency presid-ency and secretaries, all stake missionaries, all stake executives of the Sunday School, YMMIA, YWMIA, Relief Society, Primary, and all Seminary teachers. At 8 p. m. Saturday will be a Priesthood Leadership meeting. Those to attend . are the Stake Presidency and clerks, High Council, Coun-cil, stake senior Aaronic Priesthood committee, stake Aaronic Priesthood Priest-hood committee, stake Melchizedek Melchiz-edek Priesthood quorum presidencies, presiden-cies, secretaries and group leaders, senior Aaronic Priesthood quorum, presidencies, general secretaries and advisors, bishoprics and clerks. Party Is Planned On June 1 for DHS Class of '57 A party Is being planned for the graduated Class of '57 of Delta High School, in Oak City Canyon on June 1. Everyone in this particular class is invited to attend. A charge of 75 cents will be asked from everyone every-one to help pay for refreshments, etc. The dress will be "Levi's" and shirts. There will be an assortment of games, eats, and a well planned program. If you are planning on coming, will you please contace Beulah Barney, Merrill Johnson, or Owen Cahoon. Come and see all your old classmates, class-mates, and review old times. Be sure to meet in front of Delta High School at 5:30 p. m'., sharp, June 1. Transportation will be provided pro-vided to the canyon. Births This Week To Mayor Rulon A. and Merlene Paxton Callister, Delta, a g'irl, 8 lbs., May .25, at the LDS hospital In Salt Lake City. At the Delta Hospital: To Virgil and Elaine Cooper Losee, Delta, RFD., a "girl, 8 lbs., on May 25. To Richard and Karane Bingham Davis, Deseret, a girl, 7 lbs., on May 26. , NOTICE All ditch taxes should be paid on or before May 20, 1957, at the Delta Citv office, by order of the Delta City Council. No water will be turned in the ditch unless , the ditch tax is paid. , 523 OUTSTANDING SMALL GROUP TROPHY was awarded to the Gay Notes, Sharon Steele, Alice Kay-Moody Kay-Moody and Dorene Moody. Juniors at Brigham Young University. The award was presented Friday night at the annual student program bureau award banquet at BYU, by Harold B. Lee. It is based on ? ' .-. .; . " ; " f r - i and Sunday Services Held Saturday lor Hinckley Mother 4 MRS. GLADYS WOODBURY Mrs. Gladys Bennett Woodbury, 64, of Hinckley, died Wednesday, May 22, in tthe Fillmore LDS hos pital after a lingering illness. She was born May 7, 1893, at Holden, a daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Wood Bennett. Her early schooling was received in Holden and Millard Stake Academy. She was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. She was married to Wallace Woodbury Dec. 22, 1915, in the Salt Lake Temple, and after her marriage resided in Hinckley. She had served as counselor in the Primary, and for years as a Prim ary teacher. Recently received an award for her many years service as beat teacher. She had helped on the work committee to make quilts and was faithful in church services as long as her health permitted. She is survived by her husband, three sons, one daughter, Grant, Salt Lake City; Edward, Orem, Wilmer, Pittsburg, Cal:, and Mrs, Lorna Buhanan, St. George; eight grandchildren; four brothers and three sisters, John C, Edward, Ben and Royal Bennett, Holden; Annie Ainge, Spanish Fork; LaVerne Wright, Salt Lake City, and Fay Snyder, El'Monte, Calif. Funeral services for Mrs. Wood bury were conducted Saturday at 1 p. m. in Hinckley Ward chapel by Bishop Roy P. Hilton. "Oh My Father" was sung by the Hinckley Ward choir. Invocation was by Orin Bliss. Speakers were Bishop Hilton, Verdell Bishop, and Ned Bennett, a nephew of Mrs. Woodbury's from Holden. They paid high tribute to Mrs". Woodbury's fine qualities and high principles. The trio, lone Christensen, Glen da Roundy and Evelyn Skeem, sang "In The Garden". The quartet of Melvin Hepworth, Jan Wright, George Ekins and Orlando Hep-worth, Hep-worth, sang "The Lord's Prayer". The choir sang "Sometime We'll Understand". Aroet Taylor offered the benediction. Burial was in the Hinckley cemetery, ceme-tery, under direction of Nickle mortuary of Delta. C. R. Woodbury dedicated the grave. scholastic standing, cooperative-ness cooperative-ness and all around excellence. The popular trio has taken part in more student programs than any other small group at EYU. This is the third consecutive year the Gay Notes have won a gold pennant, and this year their pennant is jeweled with a ruby and a pearl. For osmasier At Oak City An examination .for Fourth-Clas: Postmaster for the post office p' uk City, Utah, $2304 a year, will ,a open for acceptance ol applica t'.ons until June 11, 1957, the Coo n ssion announced today. Applicants must actually reside within the territory supplied toy the above-mentioned post office and must be at least 18 years of age. There is no maximum age limit However, persons who have passed the age of 70 may be considered only for temporary rennewable appointments ap-pointments of one year. Complete information about the examination requirements and instructions in-structions for filing applicants may be obtained at tthe post ff ice for which this examination is being announced. Application forms must be filed with the U.S. Civil Service Commission, Washington 25, D. Q and must fee received or postmarked postmark-ed not later than the closing date. UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 5th Birthday St, 1 A -45Si Henrietta Barben 85th BIRTHDAY FOR MRS. HEN RIETTA W ATKINS BARBEN was celebrated Friday, May 17, and Mrs. Barben was honored at open house at her home at Sugarville, Over a hundred guests called with best wishes and gifts. ,Mrs. Barren was born in Mid way, Wasatch County, one of a family of eleven, and eight half- brothers and sisters. Her early years, were divided with work and recreation, and Mrs. Berben recalls the pleasure they had at home in music, and how she always liked to dance. She was married to Fred Barben in the Salt Lake Temple May 16, 1894. They lived in Park City some years, then moved tg Delta " in 1912, and later to Sugarville on the farm. Mrs. Barben has served as a nurse for many years, and has long been active in Sugarville Ward and the Jolly Stitchers. Her hobby is fine quilting and crocheting, and she has crocheted thirty doilies from one pattern as gifts to her many friends. She is the mother of twelve children, of whom four are living. They are. Mrs. Venice Davis; Marie. Archie and Charlie Bartien. She has 18 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. ' Here for her birthday were Mrs. Barben's sisters, Lily Searle, Ruby Spiers, brothers, Tracy and Nym-phis Nym-phis Watkins, Mary Cotton and Mrs. Hannah Watkins, al 1 from Salt Lake City. Evelyn Hardy, Las Vegas, and June McBride, Salt Lake City, granddaughters, came home for the occasion. . niios Held for Former Deltnii 1 r- Funeral services for Milan A. Hutrhings, 78, -were conducted on Saturday in Salt Lake City. He died Thursday in a Salt Lake hospital after a long illness. -Mr. Hutchings resided, in Delta for years with his wife and family of ten daughters and one son. He was the blacksmith here. He was the father of Mrs. Reva Skidmore, .of Delta, and Mrs. La-Veda La-Veda Bishop, of Oasis. , J - Ml t - l -! I i , ff ' - M Xindergarfens Open in Millard Monday, June 3 Summer kindergartens will open on Monday, June 3, 1957, in the various school centers throughout the Millard County School District. The summer kindergarten is de signed to furnish pre-school experi ence for those who will enter the public schools next September. To be eligible to attend, a child must have reached his sixth birthday on or before October 1, 1957. Summer kindergarten units will be conducted as follows: Delta for students from Learning ton, Lynndyl, Oak City, Delta and Sutherland instructors, Thelma Seegmiller, Margaret Roper and Betty Judd. Hinckley for students from Des eret, Oasis, Hinckley and Abraham instructor, Carmen Hepworth. Fillmore Elementary School for students from Fillmore, Meadow and Kanosh instructors, Gladys Day and Lenna . Bushnell. Holden ior students from Scipio and Holden instructor, Louise Bennett. The registration for summer kindergarten was conducted by Miss LaZell Borg, Elementary Supervisor. Sup-ervisor. Any parent who has a child who has not been registered, should contact the school district office or the instructor in the kindergarten unit where it is anticipated anti-cipated the child will attend. Class of 1935 Plnn Class Remiiors The 1954-55 graduating class are again ready to join in a lot of fun in their annual classreunion. The date set for this gathering will be June 1. Everyone is to meet at the High school at 6 o'clock for a trip to Oak City Canyon, where the festivities festi-vities will take place. Anyone planning on attending please contace Ronda Taylor, ph, 3783 or Ronilla Hunsaker, ph 240J1, Delta. Anyone having cars, we'd appreciate ap-preciate it if you could bring them to help with the transportation. Summer Hand Program IScgsns Summer Band Take advantage of the Summer Music Program. Learn to play an instrument, or improve your play ing by taking an active part in the Summer Band. Schedule of Classes DELTA HIGH SCHOOI Beginners Band: 4 p. m. Monday and Thursday. Junior Band: 5:30 p. m., Monday, and Thursday. Senior Band: 7 p. m., Monday and Thursday. Oak City 3 p.m., Tuesday. Sutherland, 2 p.m., Wednesday. Hinckley, 4 p.m., Wednesday. Lynndyl, 2 p. m., Friday. Leamington, 3:30 p.m Friday. Twirling classes and special group rehearsals will be arranged for convenience of students. For those without instruments. a rental plan is available. Delta Fool Opens Mav 30 for Swim Delta municipal swimming pool opens Thursday. May 30. at 1 p.i m., for the season, and will be; open daily from 1 to 5 p. m.f and4 6 to 8 p. m until September. Season tickets may be obtained at Delta City Hall or at the pool, j at S3, individual, and $10 peri family. Fenton Billings will be life guard GRAND CHAMPION FAT LAMBS & HOGS at the 26th annual Millard County Jr. Livestock Show, May 23rd & 24th included the fine stock shown here and brought good prices at the auction Friday. At left is Jerry Huff, 4-H, with his champion lamb, bought tH - J - V . - i - - " -f A. .-I " - ; CHAMPION CLASS FAT LAMBS paid good dividends at the show, and were exhibited by Ronald Petersen, FFA, at left, Allen Agden, right, 4-H, in the champion class of five. Barry Nielson, Lynndyl, bought the CHAMPION CLASS FAT BEEF HON- ors at the annual Millard Co. Jr. Livestock Live-stock Show were won by Robin Hales FFA, left, and Von Williams, FFA, right. Other winners in the champion class were shown by Nancy Stephenson, Stephen-son, Holden, 4-H, and her sister, Julia Stephenson, Holden, 4-H, and sold Pick up II oils An si Injures Two Bee Welch and Stanford Brown were injured last Thursday when Mr. Welch's pick-up truck rolled over, three miles north of McGill, Nevada. Mr. Erown is in the hospital at Ely, while cracked bones and tiro-ken tiro-ken ribs mend. Mr. Welch had a bad cut on the head and a slight concussion, but has been up and around. The truck was completely demolished. MILfcSTONtS OF M1LLAHD. D. U.P. county history books, are still available, at S3.00 per copy. Take the opportunity to buy one now, from Ella Black, Ava Starley, or Lula Pearson, Delta. at the pool, and Leah Church will be attendant it. v - ;:w rx v Power Mower Takes Two Toes r Off Youngster Wayne Robison, six-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Robison, of Orern, received painful injuries Monday in an accident at Hinckley. Hinck-ley. His right foot was badly cut by a power lawn mower and two toes were cut off. The boy was spending a summer vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mecham. He was treated at the Delta hospital, hos-pital, and then taken in to Salt Lake to the hospital for specialized special-ized care of the injured foot. US r i - j 1 -- .w If f by Marion Dillonbeqk for D. Stevens & Co. Center is Lynndon Callister, 4-H, with the champion hog bought by Carl Ashby, for Ashby's Inc. ' LaVoy Erickson, at right, FFA, showed show-ed the champion hog that sold to Orvil Jef fery, for Quality Market. . Photo by Wanda Beckwith - v - 'v...!aw V ; I - i ; Petersen lamb and Ogden, veteran exhibitor of champions, bought his. own lamb. Marva Ogden, 4-H; Carl Webb FFA, and Jerry Huff, 4-H, showed show-ed the other three champions. Photo by Wanda Beckwith r KrS X for 30c to Francis Kelly and Fillmore State Bank. Hatch Farnsworth, center, bought both the animals shown here for Hatch's Hat-ch's City Cafe, at 31 cents for the Hales' fat beef, and 30 cents for the Williams' fat beef. Photo by Wanda Beckwith Is Grail uatecl At Heautv School Miss Linda Lovell was graduated from Excelsis Beauty School in exercises ex-ercises Saturday, May 25, in Salt Lake City. Present for the occasion were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lovell, of Delta, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bishop, Oasis, - and uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Bishop, Delta, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Bishop, Cedar City. Linda sang on the program in the quarteette, which included Jerry Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, of Sutherland. After her graduation Linda is remaining re-maining in Salt Lake City, where she is employed at the Paris Beauty Bea-uty salon.