11 111 Si 11 A. 4 . f' P -i Bit., ; Brqok -IN HOLIDAY DRESS FOR GRACIOUS GIVING! KENTUCKY STRAIGHT DOURBON 0 Wtrw't, 1 S IS i 1 1 a HI Hit 1 SUNNY j W5S .1 HINCKLEY MB. CLARA STEVVAHT THE OLD SUNNY EROOK CO., LOUISVILLE, KY DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CO 86 PROOF Mr. T. George Theobald flew home from Stockton, Calif., where he had spent two weeks with his daughter Elma. Er.rl Robinson from San Francisco visited his brothers, Blaine and Bob last week. Mrs. V: Robinson spent a week In Salt Lake with her son, Harlo. She drove up with Beryl Hardy, who also spent a few days in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Morris had their children, Dorothy and Leon and Sherry Lewis from Salt Lake, home list weekend. Ronald Nielson was also their visitor from Salt Lake. Mavor Swenson and wife, Oleta, drove to Ely to see their new grandson, Neal Larsen and wife's baby boy. Dorothy Carpenter has gone to Las Vegas for a month or so. Wins Promotion Friends of Douglas Allred, Jr., of Bountiful, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Allred will be pleased to hear of the important position he nas. "twined in the company for which he is employed. He is establishing agent for the products which are made by the Rosenburg & Sons, tool and dye makers. For the past five weeks, he has been travelling thr6Uh th states of Colorado, Michigan, New York and Illinois. Good going, Doug Junior, wt are proud of you. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer BeLka (the former Mary Parry) of Salt Lake, visited last week with her brother, Vernon and wife, and uncles, Aroet and Lorenzo Taylor, and families. Mrs. SMrlene Evans of Salt Lake was home this week to visit her oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Cluff Talbot Mr. and Mrs. Elden Jensen of Bountiful, Mr. and Mrs. Grin Mem-mott Mem-mott of Milford, Mr, and Mr. Gerald Ger-ald Damron, Mr. and Mrs. Kent SchlappI of Salt Lake, Louie Petersen Peter-sen and son, Parnell of Orem, were all here for the weekend. Mrs. Cherie Morris and Helen Taylor spent the weekend In Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Workman spent Monday In Salt Lake on business. George Ekins, Hon Cropper, Jim and Lowell Petersen left Friday for the Elk Hunt They called the game warden to find out If there was snow in the Fish Lake area, where they were going. The war-don war-don said "Only four feet" Guff Talbot, Blaine Spendlove, Aroet, Parry and Forrest Taylor, all went too. It sounds like they still have a lot of pioneer blood in their veins to hunt in 4 ft. of snow. MILLARD COUNTY CHRONICLE Delta. Utah. Thurs. Not. 21, 1957. rr: I i rk tf; - L - ! &7L... I i-ri tXv r i- 'AV " ' - ! ; : t4 ' n. - What's happened to gasoline prices? If you've wondered... here are some things you should know MOIINI COfTOP IIVINO 1 j DOLLAR I' JZyJY 7 Gasoline prices have not risen as much as other products. The only fair way to compare ia with other things you buy. The U. S. Cost of Living Index shows the over-all cost of living is up 102.3 since 1939. During that time the price of gasoline rose only 62.8 not including taxes. Taxes add about 9? to the cost of every gallon. Thus, nearly 30 of your gasoline dollar does not buy gasoline . . . it's for state and federal tax. These taxes go to help build and improve the roads we all enjoy. However, How-ever, we must include them as part of the price you pay for a gallon of gasoline. Research also helps keep gasoline prices down. Standard and the oil industry employ more than 15,000 full-time researchers . . . invest more than $160 million each year to develop ways to find and produce pro-duce oil more efficiently, and to make more and better products at a lower cost. ff L US'. V, . iV'. - Gasoline quality Is much better.There's s performance perform-ance bonus for motorists in the big improvements that have been made in gasoline over the years. Quality has risen so fait that the regular gasoline you buy today is eomparabls to the premium gasoline of just ten years ago. Oil is getting harder to find and more expensive expen-sive to develop. In 1956 our average cost for a well was JH9.000 ... up 40 over the past five years. In 1956 we completed 101 wells in the Gulf of Msxies where drilling costs can be six times as muek as k4. Competition helps keep gasoline prices low. There are 300 oil refining companies in the U. S. Eaeh tries to make better products and give better service than the others. At the same time the refiner must keep his prices competitive or face the loss of customers. litres why gasoline is still one of your higgest bargalnt: Todcy &$ astragi worker can buy 85 more gasoline uith an hour's pay thanhtCQuldUl STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA plant ahead to serve you better AIIliAIIAM Mrs. AFTON FULLMER Still stormy and cold, quite an earry fall and winter. The storms are doing a world of good, I'm sure. Mrs. Hildred Tolbert had a group of ladies at her home quilting on Thursday. Among the out-of-town ladies present were Mrs. Myrtle Tolbert, Mrs. Stone, of Delta and Hildred's sister, Tarn Greener and Mrs. Carpenter of Hinckley, and perhaps others. Ray Hoelzle has been having Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meron Petersen, Peter-sen, over the weekend. Mrs. Glenna Knight and children of Salt Lake City and Blaine Theobald Theo-bald of Ely, Nevada, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Theobald, Theo-bald, last week. Mr. Leslie Webb went to Salt Lake to attend an executive meet ing and banquet of the Coop., and bought himself a car. Mrs. Elva Skeem entertained the family In honor of her father's and her "birthday, Saturday night. Mrs. Duane Galli gave a birthday party for her daughter, Phyllis Ann, on her sixth birthday. Twelve little guests were present. College students home over the weekend were Jim Larsen from Dixie College, Bryan Petersen, Gene Eklns, Nels Petersen from BYU and Phil Bennett from CSU, Cedar City. Literary Club Mrs. Dana Bishop was hostess to the Literary Club on Wednesday night Mrs. Harriet Spendlove was in charge of entertainment so they played Scrable, a word building game. Mrs. Roma Ekins got 1st prize, Betty Jane Morris second, and Erma Cropper got consolation. Ward show this week Is "Anchors Away" with Gene Kelly and Frank Slntra. Better see it Friday night at 7 o'clock so you can attend the Bazaar Saturday night. Sunday night meeting was given by the Hinckley Lions. Lion Marion Dillenbeck announced the program. Speakers were Lion Walter Ekins, Lion Harold Morris and Lion D. A. Allred who showed pictures of the projects accomplished by the Lions, The Ward choir sang, directed by Ivy Allred with Roma Ekins accompanying. accom-panying. The subject was Service. Service is the rent we pay for the space we occupy on this beautiful earth. Rulon Cailister, Stake High Coun cirman, was our visitor. David M. Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Stevens, was graduated from Primary and ordained to the office of a deacon in the Aaronic Priesthood. trouble with arthritis in his back. We hope he will be better now, after a trip to a doctor in Salt Lake Benny and Becky Schena are sporting a new car and I hear they are having it fixed so that Becky will be able to drive it. Alva and Emily Young had a family get-together Sunday. Elder Max Hal Young returned from the Canadian mission Saturday night and Alva Allen Young, Jr., and wife of Salt Lake and Joe Young and Miss Beverly Pickering and Mrs. Mary Jane Petersen were here to welcome Hal home. Miss Shirley Sheriff of Lynndyl, visited at the Alva Youngs Satur-1ay Satur-1ay and Sunday. Mrs. Blanch Holbrook drove to Bountiful, Saturday and back early Sunday, visiting her mother, Mrs. Leah Crawley and other relatives rela-tives and tending to chicken ranch business, too. OAK CITY MRS. MAE H. SHIPLEY The speakers at sacrament ser vices Sunday were Gordon Nielson, Dean Anderson and Esdras Finlin-son. Finlin-son. Their remarks were good. They are the new presidency for the Young men's Mutual. Esdras Fin- linson is the president. The Stake High Priests presi dency, Emerald Moody, Cutler Hen-rie Hen-rie and Grant Snow, met with the High Priests of the Oak City Ward, Sunday after Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Nielson and children visited from Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Christensen from Provo were overnight visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Talbot have their daughter, Luona and little son, from Nephi, visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Christensen had their children Richard, Ardella and Hazel visit over the weekend. Hazel plans to visit a week or so with her parents. 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