Millard County Chronicle Vows Exchanged Miss Colleen aBrben end Joseph G. Stewart exchanged wedding vows Saturday, Nov. 5, at four p.m. in a ceremony at the bride's home. Bishop Verland Willden, of Kearns 11th LDS Ward, officiated, in the presence of members of the family fam-ily and close friends. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Barben, of Delta, and Mr. Stewart is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stewart, of Delta. For her wedding the lovely bride chose an afternoon gown of white brocaded satin, styled with molded bodice and full skirt. The neckline was boat-shaped, and the sleeves were three-quarter length. Her shoulder-tip veil was bridal illusion, held by a tiara of rhinestones, and she carried a bouquet of red and white carnations. Bridal attendants were Linda Kay Barben, sister of the bride, and Ethel Stewart, sister of the bridegroom. bride-groom. Keith Sanford performed best man duties for Mr. Stewart. et Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Taylor and children, Sandra and Kim, from Las Vegas, Nevada, visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norvel Christensen. Other visitors vis-itors with the Christensens were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Memmott and sons, Floyd and Darrel, from Salt Lake City. Wm. Bishop of Salt Lake, spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Van iBshop and Mr. and Mrs. Nog Christensen. Monday, Wm. Bishop, Mrs. Neva Memmott and Ella Christensen visited with Mrs. Lucy Cahoon in the Rest Home in Oak City. Clead Lovell and boys visited with Deon and Lavean Gillen. Also, Reed Swensen visited with them. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson, of Bountiful, visited with his father, Peter Peterson and Pete and Inga Peterson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Whiting are visiting with his sister, Leona and Claresce Anderson. Well, we got through the hunting hunt-ing season without any accidents. We are all sorry to hear of Max Stanworth's wreck. His truck and a car hit. Another accident happened Sunday Sun-day morning, when Andrew Jenson slipped and fell. He had to have four stitches in his face. Home from school this weeknd were Paul Ludwig, Ralph Nichols and Bruce Anderson. Visiting in Oasis were Dr. Robert Wasson and son, Bobby, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stanworth. VJITH THESE V - ; - -i" i i .fi I 'ilv M3 -nvn -n-.iii -utt FORAGE CHOPPERS hondi heaviest crops without ilugging FuRAuE ELChlS givti fad storing of grain end chopped crops. Thursday, November 10, I960 In Ititcs Nov. Z Following the ceremony the couple was honored at a wedding supper, and cut andyserved the beautifully decorated wedding cake. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bennett, of Des-eret, Des-eret, Mr. and Mrs. LaMont Bennett, of Richfield, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barben, Logan, Mrs. Ada Ross, Delta, Del-ta, Mr. and Mrs. Verland Willden, Kearns, Glen Stewart, Delta, Mr. and Mrs. James Rainsden, Mrs. Henrietta Hen-rietta Barben, Miss Marie Barben, Mrs. Venice Davis, Mrs. Edwin Miller, Mil-ler, Joyce Miller, Mrs. Hazel Gron-ning, Gron-ning, Mrs. Verdella Adams, Misses Judy Callister, Margaret Richardson Richard-son and Frona Gonder. The newly wed couple left on a honeymoon and will return to make a home in Salt Lake City. The bride will be honored at a bridal tea Saturday, from 2 to 7 p.m., at the Barben home, 492 W. 200 N.f Delta. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Bishop and family, from Cedar City, visited with Clark and LaVeda Bishop. Helen and Berdell Memmott and children, Vin and Merrilee and Penny, Pen-ny, of Salt Lake, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Skeem. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Webb, and children, Vicky and Russell, visited with Glen and Eathel Skeem. Gary and Evelyn live in Salt Lake City. Mr. Laurence Cropper returned home from Missouri this week. He left Mrs. Cropper there in the clinic. She'll have to stay at least 30 days. The Ludwig family had visitors for the pheasant hunt. They were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sadler, Mr. and Mrs. Farris Riehgerold and sons, Keven and Dennis, Mrs. Mary Don, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Ravon Dow and sons, Shelby and Elray. Mr. and Mrs. Val Styler spent Sunday until Wednesday in Salt Lake City with their son, Arland Styler. They went up to Brent Sty-ler's Sty-ler's farewell testimonial. They also al-so went with him to the temple. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Fon Hawley, Lorenza and Nadean Willoughby went to Manti to the temple. Nancy Anderson and Debra Gil len were confirmed as LDS church members, Sunday. Ethel Stanworth has been visiting visit-ing her mother in Logan for two weeks. Harold Hutchings and son, from Salt Lake, and Dean, Derrel and Mont Bishop, from Sandy, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark iBishop. FEED-HANDLING COSTS! THREE NEUJ OiM3ELufJlT Big 90 4 ) Auger J Unloads from money-saving Time-saving Mixer - C Home-mix Cf easily to commercial standards. v-'- f j UTILITY HARVESTER ideal for green feeding or bam-cured hay CCRH PICKERS gel all the crop down, lodged or elbowed Reed Turner J. L CASE DEALER - PHONE 5251 Presents Piano Ileeital Saturday A second piano recital will be presented by Edith A. Finlinson Saturday at 7:00 p.m. in the Delta Second ward chapel. Those who will play at this time are: Paula and Ricky Simpson, Alice Al-ice Gaye Bliss, Kathy and Sandra Lyman, Marian Jacobson, Marcia Huff, Mary Lyman, Kathy and Margery Mar-gery Wright, Ann and Karen Kill-pack, Kill-pack, Beverly Bunker, Betty Van, Jeannie and Susan Ashby. Pamela and Patricia Callister, Marcia Talbot, Tal-bot, Sydney Gardner, Carolyn and Linda Nickle, Kathy " Stoddard, Stephen Sperry, Connie Lovell, and Ann Webb. All relatives and friends are invited in-vited to enjoy this occasion. Fidelity Club Is Entertained Mrs. Ora Gardner was hostess to the Fidelity Club Thursday, Nov. 3. Members met at the Sutherland Ward bazaar, where they were served dinner. After dinner the club meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Gardner, Gard-ner, and an interesting review of "The Life of Emma Hale Smith" was given by Mrs. Artie Henderson. Present were Hannah Larson, Romania Ro-mania Bird, Ella Black, Dorothy Gardner, Verna Gardner, Vivian Holman, Artie Henderson, Pearl Snow, Donna Sorenson, Ava Star-ley, Star-ley, Zola Wright, and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Jensen, Mrs. Ruth Steele and Bert Jensen attended the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoggan in Pro-vo Pro-vo 17th LDS Ward Friday, Oct. 28. Mrs. Hoggan is the former R'Lene Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Auer Jensen, of Provo, formerly of Delta. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. Christ Hansen of Delta and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cropper, of Hinckley. Mrs. Hensen and Mrs. Cropper were menYbers of the bridal party. f y y y w ' ZELDA OGDEN Mr. and Mrs. Orland Ogden and children, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Erickson and Mrs. Delilah Ogden, over the weekend; also, did some hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ogden and boys visited Mrs. Delilah Ogden, and, also, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Anderson. And-erson. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Larson were in Salt Lake City this past week, for two days. Mr. and Mrs. Oz Johnson, Paul and Sally, went to Provo, Saturday. They also visited LaVell's mother, Mrs. Sorenson at Spnngvule. Mrs. Eleanor Roberts returned from Washington, D.C., where she Automatic Power Unloading Wagon and Bunk Feeder An all-steel wagon with exclusive load-floating load-floating link floor; ideal for automatic green feeding into bunks or as rear un-loader. - busho! Unloador front or, rear; converts to Mixer-Blender. ' Blender your own feed quickly and COMBINES harvest bonus bushels In oil crops ond conditions BALERS v moke firm square bales, sure-tied every'limt ELEVATOR hinged sides accommodate oil materials HAMMER MILL use il with a Mixer-Blender, have your own feed mill. Oak City News SUSAN At Sacrament services Sunday many were In attendance to enjoy the meeting. Two new members joined our ward, Robert Finlinson and Vivian Nielson. They had been baptized Saturday night, and were confirmed by their father at' this meeting. Also, Meladee Finlinson was blessed and named by her father. She is the little daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Lyman Finlinson. Sunday evening was Relief Society So-ciety Conference. Pres. Anita Anderson And-erson was in charge with Mrs. Deon Erickson as stake visitor. Mr. Erlck-son Erlck-son also visited. The Singing Mothers Moth-ers furnished the music with Meredith Mere-dith Lovell as leader and Afton Dut-son Dut-son as organist. Pres. Anderson gave a report and greetings. Addresses Ad-dresses were given by Margene Anderson, Cheryl Roper and Clarice Nielson. Prayers were by Mrs. Ida Finlinson. and Mrs. Deon Erickson. Prelude and postlude music was by Mrs. Afton Dutson. This was a very instructive and enjoyable meeting. David and Judith Finlinson visited visit-ed Saturday and Sunday from Salt Lake. David baptized his brother, Robert, Saturday at Delta. Miss Judith Finlinson visited at her home. She attends school at Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Staley and baby visited from Salt Lake, Sat- urday and Sunday. Eespecially they visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Alldredge and family. Mrs. Mae Shipley had her child- j ren, Reed and Irene Talbot, visit a; few days from St. George. They attended at-tended the services Sunday and enjoyed en-joyed meeting their old hometown friends, Mr. and Mrs. Marlowe Anderson and little sons visited in Salt Lake a few days. Their mother, Mrs. Eliza Anderson, visited with them. flew by jet plane from Salt Lake City. She was a representative of the teachers of Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Walker had their daughters, Linda and Venna, home for the weekend. Linda is attending at-tending the U. of U. and Venna the BYU. Mr. and Mrs. Fay DeLeeuw and children, of Murray, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller and Janalee and Ronnie Mecham, of Orem, visited at the Ivo Ogden's. Mr. and Mrs. Dail Webber, from Fillmore, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walker. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, baby and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery, Mont-gomery, visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walker and enjoyed the hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Maxfield and 'boy, of Heber, visited with Mrs. Delilah Ogden and Larraine. Mr. and Mrs. John Wind and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jensen attended the wedding of their granddaughter, granddaugh-ter, R'Lene Jensen at Provo, Satur-3ay. Satur-3ay. Abbas Najjari, International Farm Youth Exchange delegate, :'rom Iran, was at our church Sun-lay. Sun-lay. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Moody. Gayle Johnson and Jill Tippetts vereJaome from the BYU. Miss Katherine Gunnell, of Login, Log-in, visited Bishop and Mrs. Max ohnson and family. She is attend-ng attend-ng USU. Miss Lucile Jensen is visiting with toward Johnson and the Bert Johnson John-son family this week. At the Bert Johnson home, visit-ng visit-ng and hunting was Dr. Leslie 3urbidge and Dr. Bruce Sorensen, )f Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jensen and laughters visited their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Edwards. Ed-wards. Howard Clayton, who is attend- ing the Utah State University, was r - 4 V Built for the in a smaller SHIPLEY Mrs. Aretta Peterson enjoyed a visit with relatives and friends at Eureka, last week. Elder William Dutson took his Deacon Class to Ephraim for a swim party last Friday . Work is being done on another block of cement sidewalk. Perhaps eventually all our walks will have DELTA THIRD WARD BEA WILLDEN Mr. and Mrs. Ken Boothe and two daughters, Pam and Lori, of Bountiful, Boun-tiful, visited Mr. and Mrs. Orval Turner over the weekend, and also took in the pheasant hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ogden had their baby daughter blessed, Sunday, Sun-day, and given the name of Penny. Also, two children were confirmed: Boyd Clark Cook, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cook and Rexine Hor-lacher, Hor-lacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horlacher. The Orval Turners just received word from their children, Mr. and Mrs. Reo Barney, of a near tragedy they had on thei r way back to their home in Ranehester. Wvo. A few miles out of Casper they ran int0 snow covered roads and the roads being slick in places caused their car to go out of control. It skidded sidewavs then went back- wards 50 feet, going over an embankment em-bankment 7 feet high. The ground below was soft so they plowed a 2-foot deep trench in the earth. They were really all shook up. Their daughter, Teresa, was sleeping in the back seat and Pat was holding Randy. Reo got out to inspect the damage, finding the battery had been turned upside down in its case. A patrol truck came along and helped them to the road. They said the Lord must have been guiding them, because if the car had gone over the other side they could have been killed, as it was 50 feet to the ground below. We are happy for them that they escaped with nothing but a shaking shak-ing up and frazzled nerves. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hart are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Nov. 6, In Fillmore LDS Hospital. He Is the first child for the couple. His father is beaming with pride. Last Thursday eight girls went to Fillmore to visit Mrs. Jack Clark and her new baby boy. They were Mrs. Clarene Forester, Mrs. Gloria Hare, Mrs. Dorene Miemberg, Mrs. Jerri Sheehy, Mrs. LoRee Jones, Mrs. Laura Nowers, Mrs. Jeanne Hart and Mrs. Mary Hart. They visited a while, had supper at Cafe Ilene and returned home, reporting an enjoyable evening. A birthday party honoring Shau-na Shau-na Kaye Hare's 4th birthday was home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moody and family, of Salt Lake City, visited with his family for the weekend. Kenny Mortensen was home from College of Southern Utah, for the weekend. Mrs. Martha Linsey of Salt Lake City, who has been visiting her sister, sis-ter, Mrs. Rhoda Jackson, returned to her home, Saturday. Loyd Jackson, Jack-son, son of Mrs. Rhoda Jackson, has recently been made Bishop of one of the wards of that area. We wish to congratulate him on his achievement. achieve-ment. The Jolly Stitchers November card party will be Saturday night, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m., at the club hall at Woodrow. Hostesses will be Ida Heise, Norma Meinhardt, Jerry Hill and Marjorie Clark. Jolly Stitchers will meet Friday, Nov. 11, at 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Vivian Holman. Mrs. Max- ine Bishop will be co-hostes. t buyer who wants something better car! ,i,. .--"--L:,.. ill;; FIY a-": Stl YOUR PACE MOTOR COMPANY TUNI IN MICHAU IHATN1 cement, helping to keep the pedestrians ped-estrians off the street. Mr. Ellis Anderson is in Salt Lake where he will have surgery. We hope and trust he will soon be home and well again, T7T4I J a v from Magna. AREA NEWS BRIEFS given Nov. 1. She had a pretty cake and her friends brought lovely gifts. Attending were her grandmother, Treda Dominick and two cousins, from Fillmore. PFC Darrell Willden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Willden, had a visit over the telephone with his par - election uuy over ana we are .... , . , .. v sure everyone feels they have vot- Aviation Machinists Mate M. K. ed right. Now we can all Join and Jones, Navy Recruiter, will be in support the winners for a better Delta at the Post Office, Friday, America always. jNov n 1960 frora noon until 3:00 Eda Christensen had her sister, m Now is the time for njgn school Delois Lamb and husband, from seniors and graduates to apply for Salt Lake City visiting Saturday. the Navy Conege Aptitude Test, and Sunday j 'which is the qualifying examination Mr. and Mrs. Clark Talbot and for the 1961 term of the Naval Re-children Re-children were Oak City visitors 1 ca,Q nfw. Training Corns. The ents this week. He was recently . agent in Millard County, will also made head of the motor pool at!receive an award. Mrs. Coates is a Fort Myer, Va., where he has been daughter of Mrs. Alice Jensen, of stationed with the U.S. Army for Delta, and has been Piute County the past 18 months. home agent some years. DRESS SHOES FOR MEN AHD BOYS See Our New Fall Stocks COMFOHT...IS Iff FASHION! 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