Millard County Chronicle Thursday, Nov. 19, 1959 The Millard County Chronicle Published Erery Thursday at Delta, Utah By CHRONICLE PUBLISHING COMPANY OWNER-PUBLISHER ASSOCIATE EDITOR . SOCIETY EDITOR R. H. (Bob) RIDING INEZ BIDING ATHENA B. COOK JOE STEWART PRESSMAN Entered as Second Class natter at the Postoffice at Delta, Utah, under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Subscription Rate: 53.50 a year in advance; Six months. 52.00 Advertising Bates on Request NATIONAL EDITORIAL A r Chronicle Correspondents . ABRAHAM Alton Fullmer Ph. 3921 HINCKLEY Cherie Morris Ph- 324J6 LEAMINGTON Clara Johnson Ph. 2638 LYNNDYL Mary Johnson Ph. 3692 OAK CITY Mae H. Shipley No Phono OASIS Ella Christensen Ph. 312J6 SUGARVILLE Venice Davis No. Phone SUTHERLAND Dora Rose Ph. 394JA State Engineer Proclaims the Closing of Wells State Engineer Wayne D. Criddle has proclaimed the closing of wells diverting water from underground sources beginning Nov. 1, 1959, and ending April 1, 19G0, as provided by law. All persons owning, or having hav-ing control of, any artesian or pump well, or wells, in this State are required to close by plug, cap. valve, or other mechanical device or by repairs, all wells except those providing water for beneficial use. Beneficial use during the above period does not Include irrigation. It is also provided that modification of any said ORDER may be granted upon showing to the State Engineer that a compliance therewith will cause partial or complete failure of the well. The closing of underground wa-, ter has been proclaimed In the Interest In-terest of conserving the underground-water supply and to provide a maximum quantity for the next year's use. As a result of last year's CLOSING ORDER there was made available during the past season additional water which materially helped to mature crops. Strict obedience obe-dience to this CLOSING ORDER will further increase the supply. Disregard of the CLOSING ORDER OR-DER is a misdemeanor and, if necessary, ne-cessary, the State Engineer will bring action In the district court to enforce the law. Mrs. Ray Skinner and Harry Stickler returned to Delta Thursday from a trip to Idaho where they attended funeral services Tuesday at Salmon for Chris Hardman, Mrs. Skinner's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardman, of Salt Lake City.accom-panied City.accom-panied them. On the return trip they visited at Mackay with Mrs. Adeline Kimball, a friend of Mrs. Skinner. DIXIE DUTSON WINS AWARD In a recent assembly held at LDS Business College, Miss D:xie Dutson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Dutson of Oak City, received re-ceived an award for typing 63 words a minute with perfect accuracy accu-racy on a five-minute test. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miller were in Tooele Saturday to attend the funeral services of Sam Gallaher, a cousin of Mr. Miller. 1559 Agriculture Census Brings Statistics to Date The 1959 Census of Agriculture now under way in Millard County, will bring up to date farm statistics statis-tics last collected in 1954, wh?n the farm census revealed the following fol-lowing facts: The value of products sold In 1951 by farm operators was $8,225,-610. $8,225,-610. The value of all crops sold was $4,057,379 and included $4,047,667 for field crops, $2,165 for vegetables $7,297 for fruits and nuts, and $250 for horticultural specialities. The value of all livestock and livestock products sold was $4,167,-151 $4,167,-151 and included $129,157 for dairy products, $760,073 for poultry products, pro-ducts, and $2,977,921 for livestock and livestock products. The value of forest products sold from the county's farms was 1,-110. II y Neighbors fr A Utah now ranks in the top eleven oil producing slates in the nation as the result of recent discoveries in Southeastern Utah and in the Uintah Basin. Only one wildcat well in 500 results re-sults in the discovery of a major oil field. 1 "Fine now wrap It and send it to the Bureau of In-" ternal Revenue!" PHONE YOUR NEWS TO ATHENA OR INEZ 4731 or 240J2 r ( SERVICE DRUG V Id' Captain Kangaroo, star of the popular chitjlren's TV show, introduces a program playmate to Alan Kowalski, National Poster Child of Muscular Dvstiophv Associations of America, Inc. The Captain is helping Alan iti the MARCH FOR MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY, nationwide appeal for funds to increase research into the crippling, fatal disease. 1 ris. mrer fx. m m i - -a. jb x i cl u . t w iiionc.y . ui,,,- tut; iu ivtob r - . x r - i i -. -4 v - t ... . t . , .... ; , ....i.- X ' .? t TAKE TOUR CHOICE 1 IP, 1 1 ' jdl-FZ SETTLE FOB LESS THJiri THIS CHE JIT KENTUCKY WHISKEY? rograsn lotes 195 Achievements The 4-H Achievement Program was conducted October 29, with 289 4-H members, leaders and parents par-ents in attendance. The program concluded andther successful 4-H year in Millard County, conducted by the Extension Service, Utah State University. West Millard enrollment consisted consist-ed of 56 clubs (12 agricultural clubs and 44 home economics clubs). One agricultural and eight economics econo-mics were individual club projects, with one member each. Not count ing the individual project clubs, 23 clubs had 100 completion. There were 17 agricultural leaders lead-ers and 58 home economic leaders. Of this number there was a total of 73 different leaders teaching 4-H club work to 131 boys enrolled in 194 projects and 226 girls enrolled en-rolled in 296 projects. To summarize the County Fair at Deseret Aug. 13, west Millard members exhibited 362 items, not including 4-H record books, rating THESE WOMEN! By d'Alessio IrtfgSjf I 4OJ1lJB m ill 204 blue, 109 red, and 49 white. Ten girls received ratings in the Home Economics judging contest. Twenty-nine 4-H boys and girls participated in demonstrations. Fifty-one girls modeled clothing made in 1959 in 4-H club work. The Style Dress Revue, held Aug. 14 at the Fair at Deseret was entered ent-ered by 10 4-H members. Joyce Miller Mil-ler was selected for the State Fair Dress Revue, in September. Seventy-four West Millard 4-H members exhibited 91 items in the State Fair. Arthur Jeffery, demonstration demon-stration and livestock judging, won 1st place, individual. The livestock judging team won 2nd place for the second year. In the 4-H club camp July 6,7, 8, there were 41 camps, 298 club members, 59 leaders, and 65 extra chaperones and visitors camping, making a total of 422. County winners to receive the Alumnus recognition awards were Louise Lovell and Eae Jeffery, members of the advisory committee. commit-tee. Cameron Adams was the only 4-H leader to receive the, 10-year pin this year. County Award Medals won by West Millard 4-H members for accomplishments ac-complishments numbered 44. There were nine applicants for National Awards, and Bonnie Bunker, Bun-ker, frozen foods, won the trip to the National 4-H Congress at Chicago, Chica-go, Nov. 29-Dec.3. The First Security Bank awards were given to Douglas Church, Nathan Na-than Adams, Lynn Callister, Stephen Ste-phen Hopkins and Ruth Lyman. Four-year pins were given to 28 4-H members for completing 4 years of club work. Special awards (county) to members mem-bers not receiving medals were given gi-ven to thirteen. Hinckley . . And then SHE said . . Oak City News MRS. MAE H. SHIPLEY CLD SoNM irV CO., LiwiiVULE. KY., CiSTRIE'JTED EY RATIONAL DISTILLERS FRCCUCT3 C0M?ASY. KENTUCKY STKA'.CHT BOl'-BCN WHISKEY. 93 PPCCF KENTUCKY E LENS ED WHISKEY, 5 FFOOF . ISX G5AIS NEUTRAL SPIRITS U the Sacrament Services Sunday Sun-day evening Monte Nielson reported report-ed his Army experiences at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and other interesting interest-ing remarks. Lambert Dutson, Roger Ro-ger Anderson and Dennis Peterson gave short talks, all were very good. All enjoyed these services. The Choir furnished the music with Keith Rawlinson as leader and Mrs. Afton Dutson at the organ. Thdse attending the missionary farewell testimonial Sunday night, for Elder Clyde Roper at Spring-ville Spring-ville were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roper, Bishop and Mrs. Melvin Roper, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Finlinson, Bishop and Mrs. Don Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Burnis Finlinson. The sympathy of all ward members mem-bers went out to the John All-dredge All-dredge family, just before Sacrament Sacra-ment services when the word came of the passing of Mr. John All-dredge, All-dredge, a respected and esteemed member of the ward. Seems like losing any number of our small town really felt by all. Mrs. Ethelyn Bennett is visiting in Oak City with her sister, Ely Nielson and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olsen have two small Indian children living with them this winter, to attend school here. They are really adorable ador-able children, A Primary party for the home builder girls was held Sunday afer- noon. The Primary officers, the pa rents and the Bishopric attended. The teachers are Alta Alldredge, Beth Nielson and Rebecca Pratt. A nice program was given, refresh ments were served. About forty people participated and enjoyed this party. The Rose Prom will be held Saturday Sat-urday night at 8 p. m. Everyone is invited, program, dancing and refreshments. re-freshments. Miss Charlotte Peterson spent the weekend in Oak City with her parents par-ents and family. She is attending school at the U. of U. this year. Dennis Jacobsen is home on leave from the Navy. He has been stationed sta-tioned at Oak Harbor, Washington. The Farm Bureau meeting was held Friday evening. 57 people were present to enjoy the meeting.. A banquet was served, Reece Finlinson Finlin-son sang and a trio by Joy Christensen, Christ-ensen, Meredith Lovell and Elden-na Elden-na Andersen. Speakers were Bryce Finlinson and Bruce Lovell. The same officers were sustained for another year. Mr. and Mrs. East visited in Oak City several days. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dansforth and family visited in Oak City Saturday Sat-urday and Sunday. They are former residents of Oak City, and are living liv-ing in Salt Lake at the present where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Shipley had a short visit with their daughters, SHOPPERS WISE ECONOMIZE THEY SHOP WITH THOSE WHO ADVERTISE ADVERTISING HELPS YOU UVE BETTER FOR LESS Geniel and Verna Maer and children, chil-dren, Friday and Saturday. Mervyn Alldredge, Dean Anderson Ander-son and Dennis Peterson took the scouts, Moyle Anderson, Roger Anderson, An-derson, J. B. Lovell, Dale Pratt, Lyn Finlinson, Lambert Dutson to Sin-bad Sin-bad Springs for an over-night camping and hiking trip. They enjoyed en-joyed this scout trip with the rest of the Stake Scouts last Friday night. They returned home Saturday Satur-day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kirt Roper "and son, Dern and Dern's daughter were Oak City visitors last Tuesday. MRS. DON MORRIS Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Wright and family of Salt Lake, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wright over the weekend. Aroet Taylor and Floyd spent the weekend in Salt Lake and Sandy. Mrs. Clara Stewart visited with her husband George, in the L. D. S. Hospital in Salt Lake. He Is still listed in poor condition. We wish to extend our sympathy to Lonnie Morris on the death of her mother. College students home over the weekend were Mary Warnick, from U. of U. and Elwyn Wright from TJ. S. U. Mrs. Belva Morris spent Friday and Saturday in Midvale with Mrs. Bertha Barton. Mrs. Arvilla Workman visited in Provo last Wednesday. Mrs. LaVern Theobald spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Mer-lin Theobald in Provo. Mrs. Nina Meacham, Mrs. Betty Corry and Mrs. Maylon Erickson were in Orem last Thursday to celebrate ce-lebrate Dorothy Raheson's birthday. birth-day. A mother and daughter dinner was given Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. May Pratt for her Primary Seagull class. A program pro-gram followed the dinner. The girls sang songs and each girl gave a talk on what they have learned and on their years program.An informative in-formative talk was also given by Mr, Bill Pratt on the Priesthood. Those present vere: Mrs. Jay Hurst ' and Lucille, Mrs. Vera Stevens and and Lynn, Mrs. Carol Talbot and Dean, Mrs. Young and Holley Kay, Mrs. Lonnie Morris and Janna, Mrs. iDelma Jean Galli and Paula, Mrs. Fern Hepworth and Mrs. Nina Me-cham Me-cham from the Primary Presidency. CLUB NEWS The Hinckley Rook Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Beryl Hardy. Those present were: Oleta Swen-sen, Swen-sen, Arvilla Swensen, Nina Meacham, Mea-cham, Harriet Spendlove, Ruth Talbot, Tal-bot, Enid Damron, Alice Bliss, Belva Morris, Thora Peterson, Roma Pratt Vi Robinson, Angie Pratt, Erma Cropper and Dorothy Damron. Guests included: Elaine Hardy, Evelyn Skeerrl, Jackie Hardy, Morris Mor-ris Hardy, Jay Hurst, and Blanche Hollyway. Prizes were awarded to Arvilla, first; Enid, second; Vi, low; Nina, grand slam and Jackie, guest. The Coalese Club were entertained enter-tained at a turkey dinner Saurday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Morris. After dinner the evening was spent playing rook. Hostesses were Betty Morris and Karolyn Stevens. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen,, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Stevens, Mr. andl Mrs. Duane Galli, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leo-nard Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Skeerrt Mr. and Mrs. Neil Swensen and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Spencer. Ruth Talbot spent Monday visiting visit-ing in Salt Lake City. jet y j 1 1 ' ' 9f New International medium-duty trucks are available with stock and grain bodies, stake bodies and platform bodies. There are more models to choose from. Wide range of truck-desifned truck-desifned "six" and V-8 engines. City truck. Farm truck. It's a haul-everything truck. 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