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HINCKLEY' MH&. CLARA STEVA2T Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allred of Salt Lake City visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hilton, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Workman received re-ceived word of a new grandson. Elma Kay and Wayne Jones of Cedar City are the parents. They also had their daughter Paula and little daughter, Kim Christensen of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dalton of Fullerton, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Owen Christensen and toys, Karl and Fred, of Tooele, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns of Salt Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Workman of Delta, to visit them. Mrs. Lillian Warnick returned from a three week's stay In Logan, where she attended her mother's funeral. Her father, Bro. E. H. Sorenson returned with her for a brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris drove to Ogden, where La Von and children visited her mother for a week, while Joe drove on to Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mecham went to Orem to get their five grandchildren grand-children to stay with them for a week while their parents, Mr and Mrs. Brooks Robison found a new apartment. Dorothy was cleaning the floor with gas, when it exploded explod-ed and completely burned out the inside of their home. Luckily she and the children were miraculously saved from Injury. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Hurst spent Saturday in Provo. Patriarch C. R. Woodbury went with them to visit his wife, who is in Payson. Fay Theobald went to Benjamin to visit his sister Julia, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Wright and boys spent the weekend in Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Evans of Salt Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. Cluff Talbot on Sunday. Hinckley Word New Miss Susan Reeve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elford Reeve was graduated from Primary and received re-ceived In the Bee Hive class in MIA by President Beth Pratt, Sunday night. Sunday evening at church Elder LeVoy Tolbert reported his labors in the Canadian Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Latter-day Saints. It was a privilege to share his experiences and thrill at his beautiful testimony. High Councilman Coun-cilman Rulon Callister was our visitor. The Relief Society is to be complimented com-plimented on the huge success of their bazaar Saturday night The turkey dinner was enjoyed by all and the fine program which followed, follow-ed, then the sale of candy and the many beautiful articles. December 14 is Baptismal Day for the children of Deseret Stake at the Manti Temple. Ward show this week will be "Dakota Incident" with Linda Darnell Dar-nell and Dale Robertson. Friday and Saturday nights at 7 o'clock. Sunday morning the High Priest presidency, Emerald Moody, Grant Snow and Cutler Henrie were here to interview each High Priest in the ward at priesthood meeting. Rook Club Mrs. Nina Mecham entertained the ladies of the Hinckley Rook Club Thursday night Guests were Erma Cropper, Roma Ekins, Phyllis Bennett, Elaine Hardy, Lillian Taylor, who received guest prize and Beth Brown. Ivy Allred received first prize, Arvilla Swensen, second, low, Violet Robinson and Grand Slam, Enid Damron. Coaless Club Mrs. Joy Hurst entertained the ladies of the Coalese Club Thursday Thurs-day evening. She served cherry pie al-a-mode to Joanne Stewart, Delma Jean Galli, Launita Bishop, Carolyn Stevens, Wanda Johnson, Vera Stevens, Dorothy Spencer, Betty Jane Morris, Berneice Palmer and Tam Greener. Dot Spencer won first prize 1 playing scrabble, and Launita Bishop Bis-hop won second. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Graf, of Simms. Mont., ritiUd la Delta on Sunday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee McAllister. McAl-lister. With them were their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray, of Vaughn, Mont They went on to EidhCeld for the funeral services of Mr. Gray's brother. BYU A Capclla Choir Will Present Program at Delta High School, Dec. 4. Delta High School will be host to the Brigha mYoung University A Cappella Choir Dec. 4 at 1 pm. The program will be about one hour in length and will include such numbers as the double choir anthem, "Sing We Merrily Unto God," lay Martin Shaw, "O Bethlehem," Bethle-hem," by Murray, "Prayer To Jesus" by Oldroyd, six modernistic carols by Bethuel Gross, "The Birds." by Murray, "Lost in the Night," by Christiansen, and "Hail. Thou King of Glory," by Grieg. On the lighter side, the Choir will sing a medley of tunes by Jerome Kern. The medley was arranged by Dr. Crawford Gates for the testimonial for Otto Harbaoh Sutherland MRS. DORA ROSE Phillip Moody, from the University Univer-sity of Utah, visited with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moody, over the weewend. Mr. and Mrs. Armond Ogden had their daughter Beth, visit with them on Friday. Congratulations to Jack and Zoe Fowles for their new little baby. Sutherland's MIA Gold and Green ball was held on Saturday with a large crowd in attendance and having fun. There were three floor show numbers presented by MIA members from Scouts and Beehive to Special Interest groups. There was splendid cooperation from all members of the Bishopric and MIA workers for which the dance directors extend their sincere sin-cere appreciation and to all who supported and participated in the floor show numbers, the dance people are grateful. The hall was beautifully decorated by the Jr. M-Men and Jr. Gleaners. The theme was "Harvtst Moon". Rebecca Henrie is recovering from tonsil surgery of last week, for which all are very glad. Most of the young College people will be coming home for the Thanksgiving holiday to participate partici-pate in the gay festivities and dinner. To all of them we say greetings, and to all, let's not forget for-get the things we have to be grateful for. The free country in which we live, our freedom of speech, freedom to work for whom we wish or what we wish to work at, and our freedom of worship. To be priviledged to experience the development and expansion of this atomic age. And folks dt comes time for us to give thanks that we had the privilege of being able to share the happiness that comes from a little child whose countenance emainated a feeling of exaltation for having smiled upon us. A little child whose very short stay here brought ecstasy and joy into the lives of those who nurtured and cared for him, who were most dear to him, for all of these and many more we are truly thankful. And when the sun's last fading rays proclaim that day is done, we hope that Kenneth and JuVene may see the stars shine one by one and may they look upon the shadows as a reminder that we are all but mortal, mor-tal, and the departure of their little son will be a guiding light throughout their earthly stay, that they shall again experience the glory of being associated with him. Our deepest and sincere sympathy is extended to them. Infant Son Dies Of Brief Illness Duane Kenneth Porter, 9-months old son of Kenneth and JuVene Church Porter, died Sunday at 3:30 a. m., at the Delta hospital, after a brief illness. He was born February 25, 1957, at Delta. He is survived by his parents, a sister, Shauna, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Church, greatgrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Church and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Heyborne, all of Delta. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 11 a. m. in Sutherland Suther-land LDS Ward Chapel, by Bishop Max Johnson. Burial was in the Sutherland cemetery, under direction of Nickle mortuary, of Delta. Riding Club Bids All to Dance Saturday Night West Millard Riding Club is sponsoring a dance Saturday night, Nov. 30, in Van's Hall, and invites everyone to be there. Good dance music will open at 9 p. m., and continue to midnight. Proceeds from the dance will be used by the club for Improvements and repairs at the Deseret Fair grounds. The club met Friday, Nov. 22, at a dinner at the City Cafe, and made plans for the dance Saturday night ' ROLLER SKATING is again a weekly week-ly event, each Saturday night at the rink in Hinckley, the Hinckley lions announced today. which was presented recently In the Assembly Hall in Salt Lake City. The Varsity Quartet, men's quartet and the Choralettes, women's wo-men's quartet, will also present numbers. Individual numbers will include piano duo Helen Walser and Russell Russ-ell Crockett, Doreen Kurr and Evelyn Eve-lyn Murray, "both graduate vocal students, Clayne Robison, baritone, Marilyn Ramsey, contralto who specializes in Negro spirituals, and Sharon Benson, senior music stu-dent. stu-dent. The A Cappella Choir is directed by Norman Gulbrandsen, associate professor of music, and Drew Van Wagoner iss assistant director- ISaskciball for M-Men - tltmlors ScSsedufed The Junior basketball league will get underway next week. As there are ten teams Involved, games will be played each Wednesday Wed-nesday and Saturday nights. On Christmas and New Years, however, the games will be Thursday, December Dec-ember 26 and Thursday, January 2. All games will be in the Palomar and no team will be allowed on the floor unless they have an adult manager with them. Also each team must pay a $3.00 registration fee before they play their first game. Junior League Schedule DECEMBER 4th Hinckley Sutherland at 7:00 Lynndyl Delta 1st (B) at 8:00 Oak city Delta 2nd (B) at 9:07 DECEMBER 7th Delta 2nd (A) Delta 3rd (B) 7:00 Delta 1st (A) Delta 3rd (A) 8:00 Hinckley Delta 1st (B) 9:00 DECEMBER 11th Sutherland Delta 2nd (B) 8:00 Lynndyl Delta 3rd (A) 9:00 Oak City Delta 3rd (B) 7:00 DECEMBER 14th Delta 1st (A) Delta 2nd (A) 9:00 Hinckley Delta 2nd (B) 8:00 Delta 1st (B) Delta 3rd (A) 7:00 DECEMBER 18th Sutherland Delta 3rd (B) 9:00 Lynndyl Delta 2nd (A) 8:30 Oak City Delta 1st (A) 7:00 DECEMBER 21st Hinckley . Delta 3rd (A) 7:00 Delta 2nd (B) Delta 3rd (B) 9:00 Dalta 1st (B) Delta 2nd (A) 8:00 DECEMBER 26th Sutherland Delta 1st (A) 7:00 Lynndyl Oak City 9:00 Hinckley Delta 3rd (B) 8:00 i DECEMBER 28th Delta 3rd (A) Delta 2nd (A) 8:00 Delta 2nd (B) Delta 1st (A) 9:00 Delta 1st (B) Oak City 7:00 JANUARY 2nd Sutherland Lynndyl 8:00 Hinckley Delta 2nd (A) 9:00 Delta 3rd (B) Delta 1st (A) 7:00 JANUARY 4th Delta 3rd (A) Oak City 8:00 Delta 2nd (B) Lynndyl 7:00 Delta 1st (B) Sutherland 9:00 JANUARY 8th Hinckley Delta 1st (A) 8:00 Delta 2nd (A) Oak City . 9:00 Delta 3rd (B) Lynndyl 7:00 IANUARY 11th Delta 3rd (A) Sutherland 9:00 Delta 2nd (B) Delta 1st (B) 7:00 Hinckley Oak City 8:00 JANUARY 15th Delta 1st (A) Lynndyl 8:00 Delta 2nd (A) Sutherland 7:00 Delta 3rd (B) Delta 1st (B) 9:00 JANUARY 18th Delta 3rd (A) Delta 2nd (B) 7:00 Hinckley Lynndyl 9:00 Oak City Sutherland 8:00 JANUARY 22nd Delta 1st (A) Delta 1st (B) 8:00 Delta 2nd (A) Delta 2nd (B) 7:00 Delta 3rd (A) Delta 3rd (B) 9:00 The M-Men basketball play will begin December 5, with games each Thursday evening until league play is over. There will be no games the week of Christmas and New Years. M-Men Schedule DECEMBER 5th Delta 1st ys Hinckley 7:00 Delta 2nd vs Sutherland 8:00 Delta 3rd vs All Stars 9:00 DECEMBER 12th Delta 1st vs Sutherland 9:00 Hinckley vs All Stars 8:00 Delta 2nd vs Delta 3rd 7:00 DECEMBER I9th Delta 1st vs All Stars 8:00 Sutherland vs Delta 3rd ' 7:00 Hinckley vs Delta 2nd 9:00 JANUARY 9th Delta 1st vs Delta 3rd 8:00 Ail Stars vs Delta 2nd 9:00 Sutherland vs Hinckley 7:00 JANUARY 16th Delta 1st vs Delta 2nd 7:00 Delta 3rd vs Hinckley 8:00 All Stars vs Sutherland 9:00 Auxiliary C9 Makes Report American Legion Auxiliary Unit 89 held a business meeting Monday, Nov. 18, at the home of Beth Workman, Work-man, from one to three p. m. Their next meeting will be Monday, Mon-day, Dec. 2, at 1:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Verna Walch. Members Mem-bers are urged to attend and help plan the Christmas program. Oasis Ward Sets Itazaar lice. 5 Oasis Ward Relief Society cordially cordi-ally invites everyone to attend their annual dinner and bazaar on Thursday night, December 5. Dinner, with turkey as the main dish, and all the trimmings, will be served at 6:30 p. m., at 75 cents a plate for adults, and 50 cents for children. After dinner a short rrozram will bt presented, and the bazaar opens with a fine display of gifts and articles for Christmas lists. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Tones, of Sutherland, are spending the winter in Mesa, Arizona. Home for Thanksgiving and a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones, are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Teubner and sister, LaRae Jones, of Santa Monica, California, and friend. Fern McNeaL 0 Volume 48 Number 21 Adult Education Classes Resume Worl: Next Week Evening classes at the Delta High School will not be held this Thursday Thurs-day because of Thanksgiving. Next week they will be held on schedule. An extra class in Slim Trim and Self Improvement will be held on Monday night, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p. m., at Lucille's Beauty Shop for instructions and demonstrations of hair styling, etc. Six successful classes are now being taught at the Delta High School; Bookkeeping, Type, Visual Aids (BYU Extension Class), Sewing Sew-ing and Knitting. People may still enroll if they wish. Since evening classes were organized or-ganized at the Delta High in the fall of 1955 nearly 1200 people have received instruction in Adult Education. A similar program is being set up at the Millard High School in Fillmore, with classes scheduled for Monday nights, with registration Dec. 9 from 7:30 to 9 p. m. In the school library. A thousand thou-sand survey sheets have been distributed dis-tributed thru students to find out what classes are wanted, announces announ-ces Sebrina C. Ekins, Millard County Cou-nty Adult Education Director. Gold and Green Hall Saturday Delta First Ward MIA presents the annual Gold and Green Ball Saturday night, Nov. 30, opening at 9 p. m., and cordially invites the public to attend. "Indian Summer" is the theme, and a floor show will go on at 10:30 p. m. Cancer CoEatro! Topic Saturday The public is invited to a meeting meet-ing Saturday, Nov. 30, at 1:30 p. m., at the I.O.O.F. Hall, in Delta, sponsored spon-sored by the West Millard unit of the American Cancer Society. Speakers will be Dr. M. E. Bird and Dr. M. A. Lyman. Films will also be shown. Desert Sentinels Resume Rehearsal WILL YOU FILL THESE VACANT PLACES? is the plea of the Desert Sentinels, male chorus, who resume rehearsals Thursday. Dec. 5, at 7 p. m., at Delta High School after a cummer and autumn recess. Clarence Clar-ence Cowers, president of Desert Sentinels, issues the call to old THANKSGIVING AND BIRTHDAYS. TOO, are celebrated by these young people in November, and they were honored guests at the birthday dinner served at noon Friday at the hot lunch room at Delta Etemen-tary Etemen-tary School by Mrs. Cora Harris. ,- f Thursday, November Teiluride Hemes 0. C. Mc Shane Vice President By recent action of its Board of Directors, Mr. Orrice C. McShane was made a Vice President of Tell-uride Tell-uride Power Company in addition to his duties and responsibilities as its General Manager, according to an announcement released Nov. 25 by Mr. H. R. Waldo, President of the Company. Mr. McShane entered the employ of the Company as a station operator oper-ator at its Upper Station in Beaver Canyon more than 40 years ago and has been continuously in Its service except for time spent In the armed forces of the United States in both World War I aboard submarines and World War II, from which he emerged in 1945 with the rank of full Colonel. After steady advancement to the top position in the Company's organization in Beaver County, Mr. McShane was transferred to the Company's headquarters head-quarters in Richfield in 1950 as Assistant to the General Manager, in 1952 as Assistant General Manager, Man-ager, and In 1954 was made General Gener-al Manager in which office he will continue to serve In addition to that of Vice President. In addition to his service with the Company, Mr. McShane has an enviable record in civic and community com-munity affairs having served as Legion Commander. 4 years In each of the Utah State Senate and House of Representatives, 6 years ns a Regent and member of the Executive Committee of the Unl-ve-sity of Utah having 2 more years to complete his second appointment, ap-pointment, member 4 years of the Utah Legislative Council, member of the 60 man council on education, President of the Richfield Chamber Of Commerce. Director and Treasurer Treas-urer of Associated Civic Clubs of Southern and Eastern Utah, member mem-ber of the Board of Directors of the Utah Foundation and member of the Governor's Committee on Industrial and Employment Planning. Plan-ning. Mr. McShane is also a member mem-ber of the Richfield Rotary Club and for many years was active in the Lion's Club both in Richfield and in Beaver County. s members to rejoin the ranks for the weekly rehearsals, and the group will welcome new members in the organization. The art work shown here is by Jerold Bishop, former member now in Las Vegas, and was specially designed to remind - v -x . l iu manager, and her staff. A turkey decorated the birthday table, and a special treat provided by room mothers was birthday cake and nut cup for each. With the birthday birth-day children, four hundred and forty were served hot lunch that 5 ' rJ 28, 1957 Delta, Utah Urge Utahns to Protect Themselves By Vaccination Against Asian Flu With a second outbreak of Asian flu expected to hit the state between be-tween the latter part of December and the first of February, Utahns are urged to protect themselves by getting vaccinated against the disease. di-sease. This was the warning received Delta Elem. PTA Eye Xmas Gifts At Meet Dec. 4 The December meeting of the Delta Elementary Parents-Teachers Assn. will be on Wednesday night, Dec. 4, at 7:30 p. m. Christmas gift idea sfor children will be presented. Shirley Theobald will show toys for the pre-school child, and Rae Jensen will give ideas and show toys for the child from 6 to 8 years old. Audrey Clements will present gift suggestions for the 9 to 12 year age group. Glen Seegmilier will pre pare a display of handmade articles In leather for the meeting. Plan to attend, PTA officers urge, and get new ideas for your child's Christmas. Births This Week To DeVere and Beverly Mansur Wilkins, Delta, a boy, 6 lbs. 6 oz., on November 22. Neldon J. Wright, 19. son of Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Wright, of Hinckley, is recovering at the Delta hospital after surgery Saturday. Clayton Bishop, of Orem, spent Sunday in Delta with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don T. Bishop, coming especially to visit his mother, who has had the flu. First grandson for Mr. and Mrs. Orval Turner, of Delta, is the baby boy born Nov. 26 to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Turner, of Bountiful. The new arrival has an older sister. Sentinels that their presence was needed. This cut will appear again from time to time, when rehearsals are called, with time and place, and will be replaced with a picture of the full membership as soon as that happy goal is achieved. - 4 V J'. we .aw . day. Standing are Mrs. Beulah Black, teacher, Mrs. Jerry Justesen and Mrs. LaMar Dewsnup, room mothers, at left, and at right are Mrs. Leo Eurraston, Mrs. Maurice Walters, room mothers, and at front, Mrs. Gladys Fullmer, teacher. $3.50 A Year In Advance this week by the Utah state University Univer-sity Extension Service from Dr. Joseph Jo-seph P. Kesler, acting director of the State Health Department. "Contrary to general belief, Utah physicians have an ample supply of vaccine to take care of aU persons per-sons susceptible to the disease," Dr. Kesler said. He added that Utahns would have to take the Initiative in getting get-ting vaccinated, that physicians generally would be unable to call their patients and call attention to the availability of the vaccine. Dr. Kesler said two shots are recommended and that their cost is nominal. "We estimate that about 300,000 persons in the state are immune to Asian flu, either from vaccination vaccina-tion or the disease itself. We would like to get the other 500,000 vaccinated," vaccin-ated," the health department leader lead-er sai.d Vaccine is the only known preventive pre-ventive for Asian flu. Its protection lasts about a year. Protection begins be-gins about 10 to 14 days after your shot with maximum Immunity a-bout a-bout 6 weeks after the shot. (Those who are allergic to eggs or have asthma should not be vaccinated.) Make a date with your doctor for vaccination, the State Health Department recommends, and keep Asian flu out of your home. Sponsor Dance Thursday Night Deseret Stake M.I.A. sponsors A dance Thanksgiving night, Thursday, Thurs-day, Nov. 28, in the stake house, opening at 9 p. m., to music by Bud's Band. Admission will be 50 cents per person. Everyone Is invited to be there. Legion Slates Mid-Year Meet The mid-year conference for the American Legion and Auxiliary will be Saturdday, Dec. 7, at the Governor's Board Room in the State Capitol, Salt Lake City. All members are invited to attend. at-tend. The conference is one day only, with registration at 9 a. rn, and banquet in the evening, 7:30 p. m., at the Armory, $2.50 a plate. Advisory Board Elections Are Listed by BLM The results of the recent advisory board elections for Utah Districts 3 and 10 were announced by Range Manager J. Pratt Allred, Bureau of Land Management, Fillmore, Utah. The following men were re-elected as board members for Utah District Dis-trict No. 3: Cattle Representative for precinct pre-cinct No. 2, Lincoln Cropper, Deseret, Utah. Sheep Representative for Precinct Pre-cinct No. 2, Alden K. Barton, Salt Lake City, Utah. The following stockmen will serve ser-ve another term as board members for Utah District No. 10: Cattle Representative for Precinct Pre-cinct No. 2, Herman Hunster, Delta, Utah. Sheep Representative for Precinct Pre-cinct No.l, L. Edward Nielson Fountain Green, Utah. The above men will serve as board members for a term of three years. District grazing advisory boards are established to make recommendations on any grazing' matters occurring within their grazing graz-ing district Each advisory board ia composed of from 7 to 12 members. Home ward hound, Sunday, far their home in East Isllp, N. Y., were Mrs. Helen Gremili and little son. Victor, who have been Delta visitors visi-tors with her mother, Mrs. Madge Christensen, and brothers, Darrel and Cleo Christensen and families. While she has been here all the family members gathered here for a family get-together. Besides the members here there were Mr. and Mrs. Scott Christensen and three children and Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Donna) Jordison and little daughter, daugh-ter, all from Salt Lake City. Milo J. and Wanda Palmer, mad their 19-Months old daughter, Ann-ella, Ann-ella, of Alton, Utah, are Delta visitors for Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billings.