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|Paper||Millard County Chronicle|
fH Mr aftn fdllmeh It's been lovely weather for the deer hunt and we had a deserted village; just a few kids running a-round. a-round. Mr. and Mrs. Rebello Schena, of Calif., have been here for the hunt and to visit the Schena and Hoel-zle Hoel-zle families. Clark and Reva Bliss got their deer the first morning in Walker canyon In Oak City, about 7 a.m. Chester Corbett and his father, Otis and Les Welton, hunted up east, Clay Springs way, and each got a nice deer the first day I believe. be-lieve. Jay and Luena Fullmer got them each one from somewhere out north ( Black nnch vicinity). Our folks haven't got any yet Olen and Marilyn Sherrif and family spent last weekend in Cal-lo, Cal-lo, visiting with the Dan Roberts (Shirley Sherrif) and also deer hunting, but weren't successful. Edgar Margaret and Sandy Taylor Tay-lor spent last weekend in Salina visiting Margaret's sister, Henrietta Thalman and family. Margaret hasn't felt so good again but is much better tonight. Tracy Fullmer and Verl and Keith Tolbert each got them a buck. This is their first I think, so it's quite a thrill. Patsy and Debbie Fullmer have the mumps and Shauna has returned return-ed to school. They are children of Jay Fullmer. Clark and Reva Bliss spent Sunday Sun-day with Bob and Sebrina Robinson, Robin-son, enjoying a very nice dinner and visiting. Dorothy and Wanda Tolbert spent, the weekend in Provo, visiting visit-ing with their grandmother, Mrs. Sara Taylor and other relatives. Notice To SPORTSMEN: Sat. Nov. 5th 8:00 AM. THE PHEASANT AND QUAIL SEASONS OPEN: All hunters should become familiar with th trespass law which provides for mor stringent penalties for 'trespass on private property. Y" ... V 0 Q-V xf V v Detailed rules and reg ulations gov erning hunting seasons are shown in the annual proclamation procla-mation available from license agents, . RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY HUNTING IS A PRIVILEGE OBTAIN PERMISSION PERMIS-SION FROM LAND OWNERS BEFORE ENTERING THEIR PROPERTY Dorothy is fine now after her recent re-cent operation. Elladene Corbett and five of her 8 little girls, visited us Sunday. Her baby boy is doing real good, growing like a weed. Mrs. Boyd Schena and Mrs. Neno Schena took Rebello Schena's wife, Mary, to Salt Lake Wednesday and back to same day, while the men hunted deer. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Schena spent the weekend in Salt Lake. The Alva Youngs are still on the round-up. Mrs. Eulallia Riding drove out to see her daughter, Luena Fullmer and family, Sunday afternoon. She finds it mighty lonesome alone. Her husband died som months ago. She is well and getting along all right. Mrs. Colona Petersen Bennett of Kearns, had an operation a week ago; but I don't think her mother, Erma Petersen, has come home yet. We hope Colona is soon waill. We have a cow that sucks herself. her-self. So John rigged up a poke of some kind so she couldn't. Now, when he goes deer hunting and no DESERET mrs-ednachristensen $ s r ' I 7 UTAH FISH & GAME COMIISSIOll DOUG CHRISTIANSEN Do you have a Fire Ins. Policy expiring ex-piring this month? Replacement costs are up. Is your Fire Insurance adequate? Call us today for a complete com-plete review of your insurance protection. pro-tection. DON'T BE HALF SAFE BE FULLY PROTECTED! Phone Today 2231 CENTRAL UTAH INSURANCE CO. First Security Bank one is left home to milk, he just takes the poke off and that takes care of that. No trouble at ail! The Hoelzle's had as hunting guests a doctor from Calif., and a friend from Magna. (I've forgotten their names). People come from near and far don't they? It's becoming be-coming quite an occasion, this deer hunting; but surely lots of accident. acci-dent. I'm about a nervous wreck by the time its over. The day to vote will soon be here. Don't let anyone make up your mind for you; but study and vote the way you believe is right. I'm sure the right men will be elected, whichever party gets it. Margaret Taylor's brother, Harold Har-old Beihler, lost his wife last week of a heart attack. They lived in Page, Arizona. Harold grew up here in Abraham. VOTE FOR MEN WHO WILL PROTECT YOUil INTERESTS! VOTE DEPslOCOATIC KOm m A, At I s& is-; tfc--..-iiii VOTE CARL H. WHATCOTT For STATE REPRESENTATIVE A MAN WITH A PERFECT VOTING RECORD in the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES HIS EXPERIENCE and JUDGMENT ARE MILLARD COUNTY'S GUARANTEE Of A FAIR DEAL. . VOTE ; i if r WALLACE T. JEFFERY For 2 YEAR COMMISSIONER JAMES C. ROWLEY For 4 YEAR COMMISSIONER HONEST MEN WITH JUDGMENT and EXPERIENCE THEIR ELECTION WILL MEAN YOUR PROTECTION. VOTE For COMMISSIONERS WHO WILL MAKE YOUR TAX DOLLAR WORK FOR YOU. Paid Pol. Advertisement by Millard County Democratic Committee Deseret Ward Relief Society Conference Con-ference was held Sunday evening, conducted by President Blanche Jensen. Talks were given by Blanche, Myrle Bennett, Winona Dutson, and Vilate Maxfield. Special Spe-cial songs were sung by the Singing Sing-ing Mothers. Stake Relief Society President, Ora Gardner, representing represent-ing the Stake Board, was our visitor visit-or and we enjoyed her remarks. Orin Allred was the only member of our bishopric who was present. Bishop Lincoln Eliason and family fam-ily were in Spanish Fork and Dean Black and family wero in Bountiful. Bounti-ful. Orin would have liked very much to attend the farewell testimonial testi-monial in Hinckley, that night, for his cousin, Ronald Morris, so we are grateful to him for his loyal support to the Relief Society. Several Sev-eral relatives and friends from our ward did attend that testimonial, so our congregation was smaller than It would have been otherwise. We are so sorry to report that Lenore Bunker isn't at all well. She has been ill for five or six weeks but we just heard about it recently. recent-ly. We want to express our sympathy sym-pathy and also best wishes for a speedy recovery. It is hard for a mother with three small children to be sick and we certainly hope she is soon feeling better. Visiting at the home of Josie .Moody, Monday, were Mr. and Mrs. 0uu D4a1.1v ciuu auu, aivh nuu "ut and baby, from Baldwin Park, Calif. Ina Rae Roper and children' returned re-turned to their home in Kaysville, after a week's visit with her mother, mo-ther, Ines Damron. Gary Dutson was called from his mission in Montana to spend a week in Portland, Oregon, on special spe-cial missionary work. Ha left Portland Port-land to return to Montana, Friday, just a plane ahead of the one that crashed and killed all those aboard. He called Friday night to .let his folks know he was safe. , Dorothy Croft spent Wednesday in Salt Lake. She accompanied her mother and sister from Delta.. Eva Alice Robison has returned to Salt Lake, after spending ten days with her folks, deer hunting. Gerald Damron and small son, Glen, spent the week with his parents, par-ents, Mr, and Mrs, Arnold Damron. Most of the time was spent deer hunting. . Rook Club was held at the home of Delores Ogden, Thursday night It was a Halloween party and 11 club members and two guests came in costume. The guests were Cleo Eliason and Roma Thomas. They all had a real good time. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Warner and son, Howard, from Orem, spent the latter part of the week, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Warner. Friday, the group went to Beaver to fish but reported no luck fishing, just a nice trip. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown and Ira Lee Cropper spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cuman Cropper. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Cuman Cu-man Cropper, on Friday, were Mrs. Cropper's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Larsen and baby from Salt Lake. DUP meeting was held Friday afternoon at the home of Millie Dewsnup. The lesson was given by Myrle Bennett and Ava Bennett. Plans were made for a pot luck Thanksgiving dinner to be held on Nov, 16, at the home of Ava Bennett. Ben-nett. Robert Torrens, Jr., is up and a-round a-round a little with his back in a cast. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dorton visited vis-ited Sunday, with relatives. They were returning to their home in Salt Lake, after a trip to Las Vegas, Veg-as, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Black and Millard County Chronicle Thursday, November 3, I960 -MAKE- QUALITY HARDWARE your headquarters for your Duck and Pheasant hunting supplies SHOTGUN & SHOT SHELLAS AT REDUCED PRICES Mrs. Black's mother, Sirs. Tressa Terry, spent Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Black. They came down to get their son, Brent, who had stayed with his grandparents while his folks moved from Dugway to Tooele. Verle and Marilyn will rent a place in Tooele while their new home is being built. Mr. and Mrs. George Dewsnup and daughter, Mrs. Carol Martin, of Gridley, Calif., spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dewsnup. Whele here they visited other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ines Damron had her daughter daugh-ter and family, Maxine Petersen, visit with her over the weekend; also, her son, Glen and family. All are from Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Black visited in Bountiful, Sunday, with Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wil-fred Williams. They and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Black and family, attended at-tended a farewell testimonial Sunday Sun-day night in Bountiful for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Styler. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schoenberg and daughter, Donna, returned to their home in Los Angeles, after a weekend spent visiting and deer hunting, with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenberger. SHOP AT HOME SHOP WITH THE ADVERTISERS I 1 Enjoy The Great Bourbon - of the Old West iZlSi V: s te js. s r - sunw BROOK llimIT 5TI1KIT Sunny Brook Kentucky Straight Bourbon tastes better, richer than any other bourbon! THE OLD SUNNf BROOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE. KINI1"1"" . KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY. IS PROOf Are you smoking more now but enjoying it less ? GIANT AMONG giants. That's Dick Nolan, defensive backfield star of the N. Y. Giants. Nolan is a Camel smoker. He says he's borrowed bor-rowed other brands. But Camel is the cigarette he buys for complete smoking satisfaction. , ...:! . . ":.v ' I 1 j r,f ' ;:; . J t X ' r , 4 ENJOYS A CAMEL AFTER A GAME You'll enjoy a Camel anytime and every time. So, if you're smoking more these days, but enjoying it less . . . change to Camels. c- v; m . m 40 J . i .,2 -a.. .v. The best tobacco makes the best smoke!